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Rhinophoridae 8 August 2017 SW Sweden
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Is is possible to identify? I can take more pictures if needed for identification, but the specimen is rather damaged.
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abdomen
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hind tibia
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Stevenia.
I don't see discal bristles, but otherwise it looks like atramentaria.

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Thanks Theo! I couldn't see any discals either. Are there any other characters I can check to confirm atramentaria?
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Greyisg dusting present on syntergite 1&2 and tergite 5

hairs on basal vein only a few, by far not reaching halfway crossvein r-m


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