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Time to go to the beach
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This summer at a salty place...
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And the individual:
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Subfamily Ephydrinae
 
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It would be helpful to see some more pictures, but my impression is that this is a Canace species, probably C. actites (but I can't see enough detail to be sure).
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Picotverd - can you confirm that these were in Spain?
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Apologies to John - I believe he is right - these are Ephydrinae, genus Halmopota.
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Halmopota mediterranea, the only we have... Thanks to Tony and John!!
 
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