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Tephritidae 1 => Campiglossa sp.
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Hi, I think, it's a male Dioxyna bidentis

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Thanks Eric
By the way, is your whole name Eric Eklans. I need it to my sides.

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Hi Raimo,

eklans is artifical and serves as my login only - see below.
Your website is beautiful!

Eric Klöckner
 
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Thanks Eric for information and recognition

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It's a Campiglossa sp.

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Thanks for correction.

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