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Pallopteridae cf. ustulata
Ray Perry
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Posted on 18-08-2018 19:56
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Flensburg, N.Germany, 15.00pm 14th August 2018. This was after a few days of light rain in a drought summer.
Found on my garage window.
4.5mm body, 4mm wing

Could this be Palloptera cf. ustulata female?

Thanks in advance
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Edited by Ray Perry on 12-09-2018 13:33
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4.5mm body, 4mm wing
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Yes, cf. ustulata. You cannot exclude anderssoni without male dissection.
Ray Perry
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Thank you Libor
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