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Clusiidae - Clusiodes caledonicus (most probable) from Serra da Estrela (new species for Iberian P.)
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Spotted yesterday with my friends Marc Pollet and Anja in Serra da Estrela, more precisely near Manteigas in a DOLI paradise. Smile
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Clusiodes albimanus species group with only two fronto-orbital bristles. Looks very interesting.
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Nice. Looks like new for Portugal..
 
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Jindrich has replied:
"it will be necessary to see (or examine) the gonostylus of this Clusiodes. It could be also C. caledonicus or C. gentilis. From you photos I would suggest C. caledonicus as the most probable.

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Jindrich" Grin
 
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