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Perilampidae ? (NL) >Cratomus megacephalus
blaauw7
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Posted on 18-06-2019 21:53
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Found today in dry habitat, mid Netherlads. 3 mm. Some Perilampidae?

Gr Dick
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Posted on 19-06-2019 12:22
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Hi Dick, I'm quite sure it's Cratomus megacephalus. I found then same in my garden some years ago and the big head helped a bit to find it.

Eric
 
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Posted on 23-06-2019 12:33
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Thank you Eric!

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