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Sepsid with mites, Sweden
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Posted on 04-01-2015 13:05
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Sweden, June 26th
Size: 6 mm

Found on a very old moose carcass. Wings seemed malformed and it was only able to fly for shorter distances.

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Any help with ID appreciated!
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Nemopoda speiseri. No strongt postpronotal setae, no strong outer vertical setae, long series of strong spines ventrally on the fore femora. Nice! Please, add to the Gallery.
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By the way, did you collect a specimen?
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Awesome – thanks Paul! No, I didn't collect it I'm afraid.
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Go and get some. Wink
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