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Family ?->Chloropidae -> Tricimba sp.
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Posted on 16-11-2016 23:23
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Track beside a pine forest. C. Spain (Puertollano). 6-6-2016. 800 m.
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It reminds me of this photo from the Chloropidae gallery, but the color is slightly different: http://www.dipter...o_id=10336.
 
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I'll upload another photo tomorrow.
Thank you again John!
 
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Is it the right family?
 
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It is Chloropidae.
 
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Thank you John!
 
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Tricimba sp.
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Thank you Paul!!
 
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