Wildlife of southern Sweden

Phalagorn

Arachnoknight
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Ivö





Cicindela campestris







Inachis io



Pardosa sp., probably P. amentata



Salticus scenicus



Anophius viaticus?



Donacia aquatica





Lacerta vivipara



Anguis fragilis







Immelnsjön (Mjönäs)

Amaurobius fenestralis



Pardosa lugubris



Bergahållan (Oppmanna)

Ectobius lapponicus





Kullaberg



Alopecosa pulverulenta



Polyzonium germanicum





Atypus affinis.







Polyommatus icarus, male



Polyommatus icarus, female



Lycaena phlaeas



Hemaris fuciformis









Libellula quadrimaculata







Aeshna sp.





Cicindela campestris



Mating.





Cetonia aurata





Melolontha melolontha



Dorcus parallelopipedus









Graphosoma lineatum





Sinodendron cylindricum



Potosia aeruginosa.





Anguis fragilis





 

syndicate

Arachnoemperor
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once again awesome pictures man.i like that little Atypus.what camera/lens u using btw?
 

demode

Arachnosquire
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Nice pics man! I've seen them before somewhere *g* :? {D
 

ornata

Arachnoknight
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nice pictures:)

Do you think I will get so nice makro pictures with a fujifilm finepix s6500fd(digital, super zoom):?
 

M.F.Bagaturov

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Hi Stefan!

Really a cool pics and nature is quite reminds me the same of St.-Petersburg area... except that Atypus...
I would say the flower beetle You call as Potosia (cetonischema) aeruginosa ID'd incorrectly - this is most possible is Potosia cuprea ssp. (maybe cuprea metallica).
The "dung beetle" is Phelotrupes stercorarius and Chrysomelidae is maybe some species from the genus Clitra.
Thanks for sharing this!
 
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