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Clogmia (Thailand)
DidierBPN
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Posted on 14-02-2019 10:38
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Hello,
this is a Clogmia, maybe albipunctata. Is this species possible in Thailand ?
Didier
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North-East of Thailand
41130 Ban Phon Ngam
17°21'48.3"N 102°58'43.4"E
date : 14-02-2019
size : 3-4 mm
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