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Posted on 12-09-2019 15:39

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Good evening,
Geomyza found this week in the hedgerow in the north of France.
Possible to determine the species?
thank you,
Jan Willem
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Posted on 12-09-2019 22:12
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First impression Geomyza hackmani, but to be sure you need to study the genitalia.
Jan Willem van Zuijlen
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Posted on 12-09-2019 22:37

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Thank you Jan Willem !
Edited by Guenael on 12-09-2019 22:38
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