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Author 'Julicarm' (Id 93943 ) : Another little beasties always in my utter ignorance, does not name, but will soon be identified by the greatest specialists of the site. Thank you in advance.



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Camera: Nikon d300 | Objectif: Nikon AF-S 17-55mm F/2.8G ED DX
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Unknown 20090902: 5 Comment(s) | Good + (3.9/5) | 1 Avis de visiteur
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> Dani >Reply Sep 19, 2009
Macro quality, very beautiful, we often see on this site: thank you.
 
> Le fan belfortain [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Sep 03, 2009
This insect appears well spotted brown on the yellow petals of the plant 'Bouillon Blanc' (Verbascum thapsus) is the host plant of this 'Weevil'. This could confirm the identification of Fada - Congratulations thank you and - and think it would probably 'Cionus thapsus'. Bravo, in all cases to have spotted and thank you to let us know. : 3:: 4:
 
> Disco [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Sep 03, 2009
I use an atlas Boubé old hortulanus does not appear, Olivieri seems to correspond well, hot and arid habitats, it is also very similar but cionus scrophulariae wetland habitat.
 
> Le Fada de Marseille [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Sep 03, 2009
It is an insect called cionus thapsus, the most frequent series of weevils and has a solid grip on the food plant Verbascum thapsus, the common mullein, a friend of field crops that are found in both the north in the south. The cionus thapsus is progressing by means of a creeping wave. Beau cliché: 3:
 
 > Author Julicarm [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Sep 04, 2009
 
Thank you the Fada (it bothers me to call you like that but I do not know your first name: 12:), still is it that I am still and always appreciative of your knowledge. I am surprised to creep described the insect as it has legs! Many thanks for allowing me to move, I will attack the next spring season insects a bit more pro ... And cheers for your gallery ...
 
> Géna >Reply Sep 03, 2009
Disco is right on the identification of this silly. : 6:: 4:
 
> Disco [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Sep 03, 2009
Nice macro, well cleaned, the beast is under 10mmm, it is a beetle, weevils family that I could identify as a Cionus Olivieri.
 
 > Author Julicarm [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Sep 03, 2009
 
Many thanks disco, thanks to you I looked on the net and I think quite the cionus hortulanus? Well, that's it I'm in the big league and I dare confront: 19: hortulanus? Olivieri? Still, it is less than a cm ... Over: 5:: 6:
 
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