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Spilomyia diophthalma?
Armen Seropian
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Posted on 21-11-2020 18:51
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Rep. of Georgia, Tashiskari. The following 4 species are given in the checklist:

Spilomyia diophthalma, Spilomyia manicata, Spilomyia saltuum, Spilomyia triangulata.
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biodiversity-georgia.net/DBImages/New/f2017015623.jpg
Edited by Armen Seropian on 21-11-2020 18:51
 
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