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With bluish thorax
rafalk
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Posted on 16-11-2019 22:10
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Today, 16 november, central Poland. Body length c.a. 5 mm. Could it be Minettia?
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Hello,

maybe a Palloptera?
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Jürgen

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Palloptera ustulata?
 
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Or anderssoni...
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Posted on 19-11-2019 16:10
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No records of P.anderssoni in my country, for now.
Thanks, Paul.
 
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rafalk wrote:
No records of P.anderssoni in my country, for now.
There is no reason why you should not have it, i.m.o. Send me a lot of ustulata and I am reasonably certain that an anderssoni will popp up. Alternatively, many pictures of (different) males in good lateral view may also result in a 'first record' for Poland. Wink
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Ok. I will remember, but I don't know when I will meet them.
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