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Neriidae from South America (Suriname)
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Posted on 28-01-2019 11:20
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Interesting Neriid from tropical forest in Suriname. Was perched on a tree in Fabaceae.

The date was 18 June 2014 and the place was Bergendahl. I got only one pose and was not able to get a measurement.

ID help would be appreciated.
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Slightly larger.
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Glyphidops (Glyphidops) or Nerius according to the New World key to genera.
 
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Location should be Bergendal (without the h).
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