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Which fly?
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Posted on 16-04-2018 17:05

Location: 48599 Gronau-Epe (Germany)
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Yesterday in Gronau-Epe at the base of a wind turbine. Exact size no longer known.
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Edited by Robertepe on 16-04-2018 17:06
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Normally 90ff. would indicate page 90 and the following pages, but not sure how many.

17.04.18 13:33
Hallo, can any1 help with this query. I have the name of the & the date the 90ff, what does the ff mean? thx

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10.04.18 23:47
Is there a Bombyliidae Checklist/Key for Germany?

29.03.18 14:32
Hello Stephane Hope all is well and Happy Easter

21.03.18 15:07
Thank you

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19.03.18 14:40
Hello Can any1 help lout with the translation of schwerpunkt? I get heavy point however this is to do with the flight period of flies? Thx

26.02.18 13:39
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23.02.18 16:41
Usually called tegula, see Glossary

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