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Coboldia? (was Scatopsidae)
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Posted on 28-10-2019 19:38

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Is it possible to tell genus and spieces of this Scatopsidae? Coboldia?
Photo from 24 August 2019 Kramfors 62 N, E 17 Ă…ngermanland, Sweden.

Thanks for your help in advance

Kurt Holmqvist
kurt attached the following image:

Edited by kurt on 29-10-2019 19:39
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Posted on 29-10-2019 09:32

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Could be Coboldia after wing venation, but without any certitude...
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Posted on 29-10-2019 19:39

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Thanks for your answer Colobo
Kurt Holmqvist
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