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Otra mosca de Mar del Plata (Arg.)
Jorge Iriberri
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Posted on 16-04-2019 05:26
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Hola, esta mosca es del centro de Argentina. Mide unos 12mm.
Pongo 3 puntos de vista por mas detalles
Muchas gracias a quien pueda identificarla.
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Jorge Iriberri wrote:
Hola, esta mosca es del centro de Argentina. Mide unos 12mm.
Pongo 3 puntos de vista por mas detalles
Muchas gracias a quien pueda identificarla.

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Jewell699, you should post it in the forum, not submit it for the gallery.

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