|Uh, scuze, am observat mai tarziu comentariul tau. Yep, nu e Pyrrhocoris. Uite, cineva de aici a lasat comentariul asta:
"meyerd (1095) [2007-03-16 10:23] [Reply] [+]
I see your nice shot of the bugs belatedly, I was looking for all shots of Pyrrhocoris on TN. Your pic is well focussed on the head, well done, all the details are there and they are "active" if only copulating.
But it is not Pyrrhocoris apterus of the family Pyrrhocoridae, but clearly a species of Pentatomidae that I had not seen before. In my book, Eurydema ventrale qualifies exactly. Eurydema is 8-12 mm long, of Mediterranean distribution, occurs in humid places.This species definitely makes your picture even more interesting! I hope you manage to confirm my proposition.
Nu sunt atat de la curent cu insectele si nici nu am vre-un determinator cat de cat mai valabil pe acasa, asa ca s-ar putea sa aiba dreptate...
Numai bine, Petru
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