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Tanymecus palliatus (Fabricius, 1787)

Determined: Robert Stejskal

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Filenamecurculionidae0240.JPG
KeywordsTanymecus palliatus, Curculionidae, Coleoptera
LocalityCzech republic, Suchohrdly, Purkrábka 21.4.2006
URL http://www.meloidae.com/en/pictures/6190/
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  • = Curculio canescens Herbst, 1795
  • = Curculio diffinis Marsham, 1802
  • = Curculio glis Rossi, 1794
  • = Curculio graminicola Olivier, 1807
  • = Peritelus necessarius Mocquerys, 1874
  • = Tanymecus angustulus Fairmaire, 1879
  • = Tanymecus revelieri Tournier, 1874
  • = Tanymecus sareptanus Desbrochers, 1871
  • = Tanymecus setulosus Chevrolat, 1879


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