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Stratiomyidae > Oplodontha viridula female?
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Exactly Smile
 
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Thankyou!
Most individuals that day had clean eyes but some had spotted eyes. Did not seem to be only one species. This varies within the species?
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You should ask Menno Reemer (author of the key; write a private message). He writes concerning the species: "eyes (of living animals) with dark dots and horizontal line". I have seen Oplodontha just once, and it had very dotted eyes. So I cannot estimate the variability, sorry.
 
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