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Phaonia incana ID? Yes
runetk
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Posted on 25-11-2021 23:57
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Is it possible to ID this?
My suggestion Phaonia incana.
Black legs, arista hairs longer than ant. seg3.
tibia3 only one bristle posterodorsal.
Location: North-Norway - Harstad - Fauskevåg store
Habitat: Near the sea. - Date: 15.08.2021
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Hi Rune, I'm quite sure you are right! (+ prealar much longer than posterior notopleural, female frontal vitta broad and black, no interfrontals)
Greetings, Eric
 
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Thank you so much Eric TumbsUp
best regards
Rune
 
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