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Dolichopus claviger?
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Posted on 14-06-2021 12:56

Location: Utrecht, NL
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Seen in the vicinity of Utrecht, The Netherlands, June 2021
Could it be Dolichopus claviger?
Thanks for your comment.
Frank Hornig
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Posted on 14-06-2021 17:21

Location: Northern Germany
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Why not D. ungulatus?

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Posted on 15-06-2021 20:14

Location: Utrecht, NL
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Yes, it could be ungulatus. I am trying to find out if the photos show enough relevant detail for a species id.
Kind regards,
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