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Ectophasia sp. << Phasia aurigera?
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Posted on 26-07-2021 15:14

Location: Poznan, Poland
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26.07.2021 garden, NW Poland
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Edited by BartNap on 27-07-2021 05:28
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Posted on 26-07-2021 16:03

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Hi Bart, difficult to see (for me), but I think it's Ectophasia sp.
Greetings, Eric
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Posted on 26-07-2021 17:09

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Definitely Ectophasia.

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Posted on 27-07-2021 05:27

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Thanks a lot Eric and Theo, regards!
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