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Neomochterus geniculatus -> yes
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Posted on 01-08-2019 00:17
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ID ok? Vienna, End of July

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Edited by Carnifex on 02-08-2019 13:41
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Posted on 01-08-2019 21:58
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Yes, a typical specimen, please note the red knees of the fore femora.
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Thanks Reinoud for confirming it twice Wink
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Did I confirm it twice? Cool
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Quaedfliegh wrote:
Did I confirm it twice? Cool


I'd say so --> **klick** Smile
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Posted on 18-09-2019 22:08
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:-) Yesss I did!!!!
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