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Tabanus ID => Nemorius irritans
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Posted on 25-05-2022 20:34

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Is it possible to identify species of large Tabanus? May 2022. Transcarpathion region of Ukraine.
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Edited by basileus on 26-05-2022 13:43
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This is something very special ……

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Posted on 26-05-2022 08:27

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Female Nemorius irritans

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Posted on 26-05-2022 08:28

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Zeegers wrote:
Female Nemorius irritans


Thank you!
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