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Posted on 23-01-2019 13:19

Location: Łódź ( Poland )
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Could it be Coremacera fabricii? Central Poland, 08.06.
rafalk attached the following image:

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Posted on 23-01-2019 15:24

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I'm missing the hairs on tip of antennae which are typical for Coremacera. It is Euthycera fumigara.
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Posted on 23-01-2019 20:01

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Thanks for final conclusion
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