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Cnemacantha muscaria (was Family and genus?)
kurt
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Are spieces possible to tell of this female?
Photo from 28 May 2022

Sweden, Ă…ngermanland, Kramfors

Thanks for your help in advance
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To me, that abdomen tip looks like a male.

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It looks like one of the most unrecognised Lauxaniidae: Cnemacantha muscaria (according to some now just a black species of Homoneura).
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I can imagine that it is unrecognized as Lauxaniidae. Looks like this species is still unkown from the Netherlands, but given the occurrence in Western Europe, it can be expected sooner or later from the Netherlands!!??
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Thanks for your help Tony, Jan and Paul.
I use the have this spieces but I thougth that shaded front of wings are misssing
Kurt Holmqvist
 
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