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Paregle audacula? (Pegoplata cf. aestiva)
Mucha Fero
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Posted on 01-04-2011 17:05
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Paregle audacula is the correct name? Thank you very much.
Slovak Republik, Terchov region on the Mal Fatra 01.04.2011.


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Proboscis long, 1av on mid and hind tibia and it seems that there are 2 ad and 2 pd on about the same level + thorax dark and with triangle like spots on the abdomen......looks more like Pegoplata aestiva (95% sure)

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javanerkelens wrote:
Proboscis long, 1av on mid and hind tibia and it seems that there are 2 ad and 2 pd on about the same level + thorax dark and with triangle like spots on the abdomen......looks more like Pegoplata aestiva (95% sure)

Joke


Joke thank you very much.
 
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