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Acanthiophilus helianthi male? = confirmed
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Posted on 04-08-2019 11:44
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Berlin - August 2019 - 4mm male

I found this at my window last night. Looks like the best match is Acanthiophilus helianthi. Is this correct?

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confirmed. Thank you Smile
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