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Bombyliidae sp.
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Posted on 16-07-2017 15:15

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This species was significantly small, 5-6 mm. On sand hills near the sea.
Thrace, Turkey. 15-07-2017
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Edited by Heteropteran on 16-07-2017 15:16
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Posted on 17-07-2017 00:05
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Exhyalanthrax sp.
of Turkish options, muscarius is most likely the species.

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Posted on 17-07-2017 10:43

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Thank you alot for the ID!
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