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Campylocheta praecox => Smidtia conspersa
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Posted on 16-05-2019 08:51

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Ukraine, Rivne region, on May 5.
Am I right that the photos depict Campylocheta praecox?
Edited by Gansucha on 17-05-2019 14:34
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Posted on 17-05-2019 00:03

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Nobody can say anything about this?
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Posted on 17-05-2019 08:24

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Smidtia conspersa female.

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Posted on 17-05-2019 14:38

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Thank you very mach, Theo !!!
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