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Psilidae; Loxocera
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Posted on 05-08-2014 20:48
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This Loxocera which body was 4 mm. Is it possible to tell which spieces?
Photos from 3 August 2014 Kramfors 62 N, E 17 Ångermanland, Sweden.

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I would make it Loxocera fulviventris (or in Imantimyia according some recent works).
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Thanks for your help Paul
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