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From Madrid (Spain) -> Drosophila repleta or possibly another member of the species group
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Drosophila repleta or possibly another member of the species group.
 
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Thank you John.
 
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Seems to be D. hydei; from the repleta-group, indeed.
 
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Thank you Jan for your clarification.
 
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