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Maarten de Groot
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Posted on 16-05-2019 19:56

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Dear all,

Does anyone which species this is? The photo was taken nearby Kozina in Slovenia.
Photo can be found here

Thank you in advance

Best regards,

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Paul Beuk
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Peplomyza sp. (Lauxaniidae)

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