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Tolmerus sp.
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Posted on 17-02-2018 22:11

Location: 48599 Gronau-Epe (Germany)
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End of September in Gronau-Epe, on a field next to a pasture, exactly size is no longer known.
Kind regards
Robertepe attached the following image:

Edited by Robertepe on 18-02-2018 19:30
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Posted on 18-02-2018 15:01
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Location: Tilburg Netherlands
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Very difficult to tell from this picture, Tolmerus sp.

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Posted on 18-02-2018 19:30

Location: 48599 Gronau-Epe (Germany)
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Bedankt voor het snelle antwoord. Smile
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