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Phalagorn
Posted: June 09, 2007 10:39 pm
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Ivö

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Cicindela campestris

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Inachis io

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Pardosa sp., probably P. amentata

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Salticus scenicus

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Anophius viaticus?

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Donacia aquatica

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Immelnsjön (Mjönäs)

Amaurobius fenestralis

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Pardosa lugubris

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Bergahållan (Oppmanna)

Ectobius lapponicus

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Phalagorn
Posted: June 09, 2007 10:49 pm
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Kullaberg

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Alopecosa pulverulenta

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Polyzonium germanicum

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Atypus affinis.

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Polyommatus icarus, male

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Polyommatus icarus, female

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Lycaena phlaeas

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Phalagorn
Posted: June 09, 2007 10:54 pm
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Cicindela campestris

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Mating.

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Cetonia aurata

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Melolontha melolontha

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Dorcus parallelopipedus

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Graphosoma lineatum

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Sinodendron cylindricum

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Potosia aeruginosa.

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Sean Odell
Posted: June 09, 2007 11:25 pm
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Brilliant pictures of some lovely wildlife. clap.gif
Must have been hard to get shots of C.campestris - they are SO fast!!
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Phalagorn
Posted: June 09, 2007 11:47 pm
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QUOTE (Sean Odell @ June 09, 2007 11:25 pm)
Brilliant pictures of some lovely wildlife. clap.gif
Must have been hard to get shots of C.campestris - they are SO fast!!
Regards, Sean

Thanks! biggrin.gif

The C. campestris was not hard at all. But I agree that they are fast.. wink.gif
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Willem Eijer
Posted: June 10, 2007 10:42 pm
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Those Hemaris pictures are absolutely amazing unworthy.gif
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Mikhail F. Bagaturov
Posted: July 02, 2007 03:10 pm
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Hi Stefan!

Why not lable the dung-beetle?
Does it Geotrupes stercorosus or G. vernalis?

And relable Potocia euroginosa to P. cuprea


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