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Insect hive 01: 7 Comment(s) | Very Good (4.36/5) | 6 Avis de visiteur
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> Jacky >Reply Feb 10, 2009
I agree the response of 31 08 2006 because I am in my collection: Cantharis livida, it is a cantharides.
 
> Nessaia >Reply Aug 16, 2008
A very beautiful photo, congratulations ! You can see all the details of the insect.
 
> Cat >Reply Jun 09, 2008
It is a téléphore fawn without hesitation, rhagonycha fulva, lovers of snails and larvae of diptera.
 
> Crivindiou [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply May 16, 2008
And why not a Rhagonycha fulva ? It looks very similar to this little beast !!!
 
 > Le fan belfortain [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
May 17, 2008
 
, Having carefully used the conditional, it could actually also be a 'Téléphore fawn' (Rhagonycha fulva). I always find this picture so clear and well presented. Little by little, these critters will eventually be identified. Thanks Crivindiou and thanks again to the author of the photo.
 
> Philou >Reply May 27, 2007
It is a cantharide livida : very nice photo, I am glad that some people unfortunately are not interested enough in entomology : congratulations for your site.
 
> WitZ >Reply Nov 06, 2006
At the sight of the eyes and of the antennae, although we do not see his face, we can difficilment believe in a Pyrochroïdé, but it is true that the doubt remains between Cantharidé and Cerambycidé. I support the first thesis. Nice photo.
 
> Jul >Reply Aug 31, 2006
This is a 'Cantharis livida' of the family of the Cantharidae I think not to deceive me, but I'm sure that 95 %. the
Reply of the Moderator: BRAVO Thank you and congratulations for this identification and bienvenu(e) in the group of 'researchers'.
 
> Mesange66 >Reply May 30, 2006
A lot of depth and gloss, very nice to look at !
 
> Marcel >Reply May 29, 2006
Subject, because the photo would be more convenient if it was 3/4 before. 'LEPTURE ROUGE' Family Cerambycidae. May-be !
 
> Kodakgirl >Reply May 27, 2006
Although the insect in this picture do not interest me... I find the quality of this photo impécable !!! Very sharp !!! It is hard to make the photo better than it is with the insects... Bravo !
 
> Le fan belfortain [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply May 27, 2006
This is still a very nice photo of what could be a 'Pyrochroa serraticornis' of the family Pyrochroidae. Be careful not to confuse it with the 'Pyrochroa coccinea which has a black head. Congratulations and thank you for this photo of a great sharpness.
 
> Marcel >Reply May 27, 2006
this is what we call the 'make a portrait', and it is well shot ! This big plan is of good quality and could be included in an exhibition macro.
 
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