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Cecidomyiidae
Manuel Lopez
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First time I've seen something like that. Very small. Thanks for your help in the identification.

Mediterranean coastal area of Granada (S Spain). March 10, 2012.

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Cecidomyiidae, probably Cecidomyiinae
 
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The long, cylindrical flagellomeres suggest tribe Asphondyliini.
 
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