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Phasia ID
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Posted on 16-11-2021 14:20

Location: Kirov region, Russia
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Russia, Kirov region. 08.2021.


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Edited by Woodmen on 16-11-2021 14:21
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Posted on 17-11-2021 09:40

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It is very difficult to see if it is barbifrons or pusilla-like.

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Posted on 17-11-2021 11:13

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There are a lot of pictures on the link. Still unclear?
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