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ID please => Sylvicola sp
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Sylvicola sp (Nematocera: Anisopodidae)
maybe fenestralis

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John and Nini. Naturalists not experts.
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John thank you very much
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Fenestralis is rare species. Binturong, if you will send me all your Sylvicola, you can get the names for your photos, I will get interesting material for my paper and both of us could be satisfied TumbsUp
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Unfortunately I do not have any specimen. I let all insects to live on.
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