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Haematopota sp. --> H. cf. itálica
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Definitely NOT ! Italica group.
Any pics showing tergites ?

Theo
 
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Zeegers wrote:
Definitely NOT ! Italica group.
Any pics showing tergites ?

Theo


no photo that can be seen clearly...


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Theo needs a dorsal view of the abdomen (under the wings).
Greetings, Eric
 
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eklans wrote:
Theo needs a dorsal view of the abdomen (under the wings).


Sorry, I understand, but I have no more images...


Thanks!
 
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Well, it is quite likely Italica.

Theo
 
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Thanks you very much, Theo!
 
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