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Mating Flies
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Posted on 16-08-2017 23:04

Location: Northern Germany
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Have these handsome mating flies attracted to my house light tonight, 16th August 2017, at the city edge in N Germany.

Any IDea?


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Erik Nielsen
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Posted on 17-08-2017 00:24

Location: Near Silkeborg Denmark
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Anomoia purmunda.

Best regards Erik
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Posted on 17-08-2017 07:11

Location: Northern Germany
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Anomoia purmunda - great, thank you Erik
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