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Muscidae Limnophora larvae
solito de solis
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Posted on 12-10-2020 17:37
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Hello
I would be happy to receive infos regarding Limnophora larvae
Is it possible to determinate Limnophora riparia just with the larvae ?

rodredi.free.fr/limnophorahead.jpg
http://rodredi.fr...rahead.jpg



merci beaucoup
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