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Russia, Kursk region, near pond, 20 July.

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#1 | Kahis on 02 August 2007 21:56:42
Fannia lucidula Wink
#2 | Nikita Vikhrev on 02 August 2007 23:04:53
Oops! Thank you, Kahis.
#3 | Paul Beuk on 03 August 2007 20:32:16
Corrected. Smile
#4 | Sara21392 on 05 April 2012 12:31:44
I can see in this pic some characters of Tephritidae, Anthomyiidae and Fanniidae!!!!!!! If I would catch this species I think never could know that! LOL Cool
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