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Posted on 27-08-2019 18:16
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Hello! Is it possible to determine type?
Ekaterinburg. Midlle Ural.
Shooting Date/Time 26.07.2019 17:28:28
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Fanniidae or Muscidae
 
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Yes, Fannia
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Thank's!
 
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