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Isomerocera cf. quadrilineata
Gerrit Oehm
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This Stratiomyid was found in Ghana, near Accra. Could it be Isomerocera sp?
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Dmitry Gavryushin
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You're most probably right (cf. Mason and Rozkosny, 2015 [African Invertebrates, 56(1):75-98], Hauser et al. [Suricata 5 (2017): 919-979]). Apparently the wide-spread I. quadrilineata (Fabricius, 1787)
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Thank you!
 
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