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Wanted: European Hilarimorphidae
Christian Kehlmaier
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Posted on 18-11-2014 09:25
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Dear all,

Anyone has material of European Hilarimorphidae in his/her collection?

I am currently investigating the distribution of the family in Europe. The European fauna consists of two rarely collected species:
Hilarimorpha singularis Schiner, 1860
Hilarimorpha tristis Egger, 1860

Thanks for your help, Christian

The photos show H. singularis and are from a paper by Wolfgang Schacht (2003).
Christian Kehlmaier attached the following image:

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