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Lonchaea sp. (Spring Hairy Lonchaeidae ?)
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Hello,

A Lonchaeidae found on a tree trunk in a garden, the 08 April 2021, at Oxelaëre, North of France
looks interesting, any idea ? Smile
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Earomyia (lonchaeoides?)?
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With long pospedicel it is a Lonchaea.
 
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Yes Jan is correct, its a female Lonchaea sp. With hairy eyes and all black legs probably one of the Lonchaea fraxina species-group
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Thanks you very much, Juergen Peters, Jan Maca and Iain MacGowan !! Smile
 
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