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Klaas
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Posted on 10-09-2010 20:32
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4 sept 2010 The Netherlands, Paesens/Moddergat

On sea weed and feathers. 6,7 mm, female

F. fucorum or maritima?

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maritima toch, Joke? Or possibly tergina
Edited by nielsyese on 10-09-2010 21:03
 
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Fucellia maritima indeed....
But did you place the photos not in the wrong forum Klaas....?
(or did you reared them...?)

Joke
Edited by javanerkelens on 10-09-2010 21:03
 
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javanerkelens wrote:
Fucellia maritima indeed....
But did you place the photos not in the wrong forum Klaas....?
(or did you reared them...?)

Joke


I am sorry for putting it in the wrong forum,
Thanks for finding and id-ing it...

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Hi,
what characters can be used to distinguish fucorum/maritima? (or some other Fucellia species?)

I photographed some Fucellia as well last week...
http://1.bp.blogs...1+copy.jpg

bedankt!
bye Jonas
 
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