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Thaumatomyia notata at the end
Manuel Lopez
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Mediterranean coastal area, Granada, S Spain. February 25, 2012.

Thanks !!
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Female ?
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and male ?
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Yes, is true! Smile
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Thanks so much Sara Grin Grin Grin
 
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