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Trachelipus
  Adult
barry

  02.09.2007 05:49:07
12.11.2007 06:27:55    #6169
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Comments: 6

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 29.04.2012 11:58:39   barry
I think it needs to be done, others also may be problems with the map.
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Trachelipus
  Adult
barry

  02.09.2007 05:49:07
12.11.2007 06:27:55    #6169
IMG_58170.JPG
Comments: 6

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 29.04.2012 11:06:48   Arp
Don't worry, it's not a big deal to me(!) But yes, coordinates printed with the location would be a helpful workaround :o)
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Trachelipus
  Adult
barry

  02.09.2007 05:49:07
12.11.2007 06:27:55    #6169
IMG_58170.JPG
Comments: 6

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 29.04.2012 11:02:19   barry
30.04.2012 00:45:48 - Arp:
the maps don't work on my Linux-box ;o)

I'll try to do in the nearest future the map coordinates (perhaps in the "Location"), if the image is attracted to the map.
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Trachelipus
  Adult
barry

  02.09.2007 05:49:07
12.11.2007 06:27:55    #6169
IMG_58170.JPG
Comments: 6

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 29.04.2012 10:45:48   Arp
Howdy,

Okay, all one location ... (the maps don't work on my Linux-box ;o)

30.04.2012 01:26:16 - barry:

Preserved specimens not present.
If you find more Woodlice and would like me to try and get proper names I would love to see specimen from your region(s) - can't always guarantee that I will find a name quickly as I would probably have to visit at library at 200+km to find docs, but I would certainly try!
Don't feel obliged or anything, but I just had to ask ;o)
Cheers, Arp
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Porcellio scaber
  Adult
barry

  22.06.2007 02:55:48
14.11.2007 10:49:47    #1477
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22.06.2007
 29.04.2012 10:37:52   Arp
Not too sure this would be P. scaber - it may well be another Trachelipus, but hard to tell from this single image.

Cheers, Arp
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Porcellionides
  Adult
barry

  08.08.2008 12:57:01
23.08.2008 08:34:42    #9719
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 29.04.2012 10:35:43   Arp
Hi, this is a Porcellionides. It doesn't quite look like the P. pruinosus that I know from various parts of Europe and on Crimea there may be some other species that I have never seen. Certainly Porcellionides rectifrons is present, but I think it would be prudent to also take P. approximatus and maybe P. pica or even P. sexfasciatius(?) into account.
At the moment I can't do better than Porcellionides sp. - will have a look what I can find about the other species, but it may take a while.

Cheers, Arp
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Trachelipus
  Adult
barry

  02.09.2007 05:49:07
12.11.2007 06:27:55    #6169
IMG_58170.JPG
Comments: 6

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 29.04.2012 10:26:16   barry
30.04.2012 00:12:27 - Arp:
Hi,
Seems this is a set of three different individuals.

Yes, three different individuals. From Ukraine, Kharkov sity. All available on map (see icons under image).
http://barry.fotopage.ru/gallery/map.php?cat=382&photo=6169
Preserved specimens not present.
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Trachelipus
  Adult
barry

  02.09.2007 05:49:07
12.11.2007 06:27:55    #6169
IMG_58170.JPG
Comments: 6

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 29.04.2012 10:12:27   Arp
Hi,

Seems this is a set of three different individuals. All from one location?
None of these are Armadillidium. Left and right are Trachelipus, images in center probably also, but less sure. I don't know the species from Ukraine, so I can't go to species from photo. If you wish for a better ID I would love to look at some specimen (if at all possible, even alife).

Cheers, Arp
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