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Gymnosoma costatum (NL)
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Posted on 26-06-2018 15:44
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Found today in the skylight behind my house, mid Netherlands. Gymnosoma costatum ?

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Totally. That is the second one, isn't it ? Supposed to be very rare...


Just saying

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Yes last year in August. Same place. Do you want this specimen too?

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If it is available, it would be my pleasure.
I lost some costatum due to DNA sampling (to be published)

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its yours ;-)

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