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Family + genus? => Palloptera ustulata
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Hi Raimo, I think it's Palloptera ustulata (Pallopteridae).
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Thanks Eric
Because we have also P. anderssoni, I use cf. (for a time) Wink

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This is indeed ustulata
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Thanks Paul
I take cf. away.

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