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Posted on 22-02-2023 11:27

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Hello! This was found by Marcell Kárpáti, in Hungary, in 2020 may. I think, that this is a Hippobosca equina because the scutellum’s edge is brown, so not the whole scutellum is white. Besides this, wing veins are dark brown. But, I can’t exclude Hippobosca longipennis. Please, could you help me? What is the main difference between them?
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