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Chironomidae Belgium
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Posted on 02-12-2021 20:45
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This Chironomidae was collected in May in a malaise trap in Brussels, Belgium. It has a wing pattern (difficult to photograph) and rings on the femora. Any ideas?
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One very long segment on the antennae
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Hypopygium dorsal
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Hypopygium dorsal picture 2
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Tribe Pentaneurini, I think.
 
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Thank you, the hypopygium looks especially a lot like Zavrelimyia.
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