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Lonchaeidae? -> Lonchaea sp.
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Trying again! This one i think is a Lonchaeidae...
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Morgan

Its a female Lonchaea I think. Sorry I cant get much further than that, the females are tricky at the best of times!
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Thank you! Do you still want it when I send later in the season or?

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Yes please Morgan - I might be able to tell more under the microscope
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