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Philippines : Rhagionidae
zenartim
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Posted on 15-04-2019 10:56
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Hello,

Seen this one near in forest, near Real, Luzon island, beginning April.

About 12 mm long.

Thanks for help.

Best regards

D. Martinez

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D. Martinez : Philippines : Real : 4335 : 08/04/2019
Altitude : 133 m - Taille : 12 mm environ
Réf. : 227311
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Zeegers
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Posted on 15-04-2019 19:03
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Location: Soest, NL
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That will be a challenge...

coming from the Philippines

Theo
 
zenartim
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Posted on 18-04-2019 23:13
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Zeegers wrote:
That will be a challenge...

coming from the Philippines

Theo


So nothing to hope. Frown

D. Martinez
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Zeegers
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Posted on 19-04-2019 10:02
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Well, you can consider to collect, to raise your hopes


Theo
 
zenartim
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Posted on 19-04-2019 10:44
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Usually I didn't collect and don't know which will be interesting to , just photographer Frown
Now fare away from Real, where I seen that one. But if opportunity see again I will try. Thanks.

D: Martinez
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