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Phronia forcipata?
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I didn't succeed to key this one out. Collected last March in Kruiningen, the Netherlands. Which genus could this be?
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The wing
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Hairs on the veins
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Phronia sp.
 
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I tried to make some pictures of the genitalia, althought they were quite small. I hope it is possible to ID this one to species.
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Comparing the genitalia, it looks like Phronia forcipata? But I don't have good literature about Phronia, so it would be great if somebody could confirm.
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