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Gymnosoma clavatum => Gymnosoma rotundatum
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Posted on 12-06-2019 11:26

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Ukraine, Rivne region, on May 19.
In the forest.
Edited by Gansucha on 15-06-2019 00:21
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Posted on 13-06-2019 21:54

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Nobody can say anything about this?
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Posted on 14-06-2019 15:14

Location: Franconia, Germany
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Hi Gansucha, I would say G. rotundatum - pattern of thorax doesn't point to G. clavatum and the frons is not completely black as does G. rudifrons

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Posted on 15-06-2019 00:20

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Thank you very much !!!
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