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donpedro34
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Posted on 07-01-2017 21:34
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Hello,

Please Id this for me - if possible.

Lower Austria, Ober Danegg, 2015 July 11.
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This is a male Poecilobothrus nobilitatus (Dolichopodidae).
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Thanks!!!

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