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Population of a Cirsium oleraceum flower head
Marion Friedrich
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Posted on 09-08-2017 21:56
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Hello,
is family ID or more possible?
Germany, Saxony, August 2017
Thanks, Marion
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Scatopsidae
 
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Marion Friedrich
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Many thanks, John.
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Anapausis inermis. Nice picture !
 
Marion Friedrich
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Thank you very much for species ID, Colobo.
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