Coromus vittatus vittatus

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Adult Coromus vittatus vittatus

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Mating Coromus vittatus vittatus with a 3rd one exploring the area.

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First sighting of newly hatched Coromus vittatus vittatus (17.02.2018).
It's only a few millimeters long!

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20.03.2018

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Two month old Coromus vittatus vittatus (14.04.2018)

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14.04.2018

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14.04.2018

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Size difference between a rather young, almost freshly hatched one, and a two month old Coromus. (14.04.2018)

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13.05.2018

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Size difference between an adult and 3 month old Coromus vittatus vittatus (13.05.2018)

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13.05.2018

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16.06.2018

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09.07.2018

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08.08.2018 - another ecdysis, some coloring is now slowly visible

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Most Coromus vittatus vittatus build a small cave for the ecdysis. Some of those caves are built above the ground, like this one. (18.11.2018)

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After roughly 1.5 years, the first Coromus vittatus vittatus reached this stage. They gradually will get some color as well.
The previous stage seem to be a quite demanding one, as it had the most deaths compared to all other stages. (20.09.2019)

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Another photo of a freshly adult Coromus vittatus vittatus. (20.09.2019)