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Eudorylas sp.
Manuel Lopez
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Posted on 01-05-2012 02:28
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Pipunculus ?

Durcal river (Granada, S Spain)

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Edited by Manuel Lopez on 16-01-2013 07:33
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I would say Eudorylas.

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Thanks Paul
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