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Posted on 14-01-2019 21:38
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Russia, Moscow, 23.12.2017

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If date and localiy are corrct, it must be M. frigidissima. 😋
Indoors ?

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Zeegers wrote:
If date and localiy are corrct, it must be M. frigidissima. 😋
Indoors ?

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Yes, it was found in the apartment on the window.
 
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That is interesting. So it probably pupated indoors.

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Or puparium in anyway was brought into the apartment...
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