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Phasia subcoleoptrata
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Posted on 16-05-2019 17:46
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South East Norway
15.05.2019
On Salix - Nearby a gravel road and a small river. Forest.
9 - 10 mm.

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OMG. Definitely looks loke Ph. subcoleoptrata. Is this species known from Norway ?

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As far as I know it is not found in Norway, but there are findings from Sweden. But once must be the first... I still have the fly - do you need other pictures of it? Thank you! Smile

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No. It is unmistakeble and straightforward. .. .just couldn’t believe my eyes. Congrats and get it published, I’d say.


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Thank you so much! Smile Smile

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