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Syneches sp., Hybotidae from Australia
JariF
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Posted on 02-03-2019 11:33
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Hi,

looking for family for this humpbacked species from N.Territory, Australia.

Jari
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John Carr
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Resembles Syneches in family Hybotidae.
 
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Thank You John Smile

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