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Small Sphaeroceridae (NL) > Telomerina flavipes
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Posted on 19-10-2020 10:46
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Dry habitat, 18 Oct 2020, mid Netherlands. Perhaps genus possible?

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Milichiidae, I would say.
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I would go for Sphaeroceridae.
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I suspect a Minilimosina. Minilimosina (Allolimosina) albinervis has whitish wings...
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SorryFrown I agree.
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Thank you! I saved the specimen for ID

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Some Telomerina also have whitish wings, so: Telomerina flavipes, female
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Perfect! Thanks TumbsUp

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28.11.20 19:50
Never letting them to dry too quickly before Grin?

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Anybody knows how to avoid compound eyes invaginating when drying and how to restore them?

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