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Leptocera sp., Family (Sphaeroceridae)
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Posted on 01-04-2019 19:19
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I would like to know if this species (2,1 mm) is Leptocera. It was found in an Arum plant (Majorca).

Thank you very much.

Miguel Ángel
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Edited by MichelAngel on 30-04-2019 18:50
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Any idea? Thank you very much!!
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Thank you very much John!
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