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Mylabris quadripunctata (Linnaeus, 1767)

Имаго  (Mylabris quadripunctata)


class Insecta subclass Pterygota infraclass Neoptera superorder Holometabola order Coleoptera suborder Polyphaga infraorder Cucujiformia superfamily Tenebrionoidea family Meloidae subfamily Meloinae tribe Mylabrini genus Mylabris subgenus Mylabris → species Mylabris quadripunctata

Species name(s)

Mylabris (Mylabris) quadripunctata (Linnaeus, 1767) = Meloe decimpunctata Fabricius 1781 = Mylabris fasciatopunctata Adams in Fischer von Waldheim 1824 = Meloe melanura Pallas 1781 = Mylabris octopunctata Olivier 1811 = Mylabris armeniaca Faldermann 1837 = Mylabris adamsi Fischer von Waldheim 1824 = Mylabris maldinesi Chevrolat 1865.



This species marks on the maps: 2.

Имаго  (Mylabris quadripunctata)

Detailed information with references


  • Can be found among other places in Lake Elton surroundings. [331].

Subspecies of Mylabris quadripunctata

Premade selections where the species can be found


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