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Nephrotoma ¿ recognizable?
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Posted on 17-03-2019 16:22

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Picture taken 2019/03/17
habitat: wet meadow
Size: 2-3 centimeters
Altitude 16 meters
Aznalcazar, Seville, Spain
dicon attached the following image:

Edited by dicon on 17-03-2019 16:26
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Posted on 17-03-2019 17:05
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I think only the introduced American species have this color pattern.

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