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Chelidura cf. acanthopygia (Géné, 1832)

Determined: František Chládek - Chelidurella cf. acanthopygia

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KeywordsChelidura acanthopygia, Forticulidae, Dermaptera
LocalityCzech Republic, Slatinky, Velký Kosíř 10.3.2018
URL http://www.meloidae.com/en/pictures/40670/
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  • = Chelidura xanthopygia Schmidt, 1866
  • = Chelidurella acanthopygia (Géné, 1832)
  • = Chelidurella xanthopygia (Schmidt, 1866)

Chelidurella sp. (acanthopygia)

21.10.2018 17:57:53

samec, ....přezinující druh


21.10.2018 18:20:31

Někdy je uváděn jako Chelidura, ...viz BioLib


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