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Andre 68
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Posted on 12-10-2021 19:49
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Hello,
I hesitate between two possibilities:
Culiseta longiaerolata and Aedes japonicus see picture.
France, SAINTE-MARIE-AUX-MINES, 68300, 05.08.2020, 493m
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No pic, make sure the pic name does not have spaces or special characters, and the size of the pic is say 200 kB or less.
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Andre 68
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Sorry, pic added. I hope it works.
 
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It seems to work thus I add a second pic
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Hello, I'm sure, it's Aedes japonicus.
Greetings, Eric
 
Andre 68
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Posted on 13-10-2021 11:29
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Many thanks Smile
 
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