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Is this Chrysogaster solstitialis?
Stella M
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Posted on 21-08-2019 22:24
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Found on 03-August-2019 in a sand and sandstone location, an old quarry turned into a nature reserve / near Rockenberg - Butzbach, Germany, Hesse
Thanks and regards, Stella
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Best regards,

Juergen Peters
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Stella M
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Posted on 23-08-2019 22:26
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Thank you!!!Smile
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