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Haematopota pluvialis? Haematopota cf. subcylindrica.
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Weel, there is.a bunch of yellow hairs on vertex that shouldn’t be there and the first antennal segment is rather long, so this is a clear candidate H. subcylindrica.

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Thanks so much! I guess that gen. prep. is next..

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Haematopota subcylindrica may not have been found in Norway before.

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