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Coelopidae - Coelopa frigida
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Posted on 20-09-2008 17:05
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Another fly from Apulia beach. This time belonging to the Coelopidae family. It is a female of Coelopa frigida, according to the Tony Irwin.
Take a look at the hind metatarsus - it's quite long and not thickened (Sphaerocerids have it swollen).
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Edited by jorgemotalmeida on 20-09-2008 17:07
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