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Keroplatidae --> K. reaumurii
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Posted on 12-09-2019 11:40
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Hi,
An idea for this one ?
Found in the kitchen - Cuise La Motte (Northen France) - 11-09-2019 - 9,5 mm.
Many thanks.
Michel
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Many thanks, John.
Possibly better with this photo ? K. testaceus ?
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K. reaumurii: No strong markings on wing, sc terminating at tip of fusion of R and M, fused part of R and M longer than petiole of fork in M.
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Many thanks, Paul.
Michel
 
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