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Help id, please -> Rhagio ?scolopaceus
Eugene K
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Is it Rhagionidae ore Athericidae?
Russia, Novgorod region.
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No specialist here? I am certainly not, but I dare to say that it is a Rhagio, probably R. scolopaceus.
 
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Hello Eugene,

Jan Maca wrote:
No specialist here?


perhaps you get more attention by the specialists with a more specific subject line like "Rhagionidae or Athericidae?" for example.
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Jan, Juergen, Libor, thank you!
Edited by Eugene K on 23-03-2018 19:12
 
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Yes, R. scolopaceus.
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