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Xylophagus sp. larva to adult
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Hello
A larva found under the bark of a rotten trunk
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Le 18/03/2007 the nymph
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The nymph the 2/04
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And finaly the 6/04, the born of Xylophagus sp. perhaps X. ater
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Definitely X. ater (=X. compeditus).
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hi!

i found under the bark of a pinus couple of nymph exactly like that. one is collected and i hope something will go out... so that will be the result? or something similar?

thanks for showing me that,
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Interesting with such series of photographs. How did you you keep the larva during this time?
 
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crex wrote:
Interesting with such series of photographs. How did you you keep the larva during this time?


yes also i'm interested. the collected nympha it was in a very wet environment. and i'm afraid if there will be two wet aslo mould will appear so...

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Hello
I've keep the larva in wet compost ?

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