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Ectophasia crassipennis/oblonga?
Maik Hausotte
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Posted on 10-12-2019 12:48

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is this Ectophasia crassipennis/oblonga (photographed in Leipzig, Germany/Saxony on 4 July 2019) ?
Thanks for your help,
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Posted on 10-12-2019 17:50

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Yes, one of these two. Can’t tell the diiference in females (from picture)

Maik Hausotte
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Posted on 10-12-2019 18:24

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Thank you very much for the fast answer. Best regards, Maik
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