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Posted on 15-01-2022 10:33
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We found this one in june near the coast in the Netherlands.
Is it possible to ID it?
The specimen is collected.
Lavendel attached the following image:

Edited by Lavendel on 15-01-2022 10:36
Kind regards,
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An other view
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