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Isidro
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Posted on 23-12-2007 16:46
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I've found this larvae in the same day and zone where are fotographed these flies:

http://www.diptera.info/forum/viewthread.php?forum_id=5&thread_id=10393

http://www.diptera.info/forum/viewthread.php?forum_id=5&thread_id=10394

I thinks that almost sure is the larvae of one of these two sea fly species, but which one?

aycu13.webshots.com/image/37772/2005914161716034723_rs.jpg

Thanks.
Edited by Isidro on 24-12-2007 13:18
 
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Posted on 24-12-2007 13:19
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Ooooops Pfft you're right! Now is well done.
 
Tony Irwin
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Posted on 24-12-2007 22:07
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This looks more like a chironomid larva, rather than a dolichopodid or canaceid. There are a couple of marine species it could be.
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Isidro
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Posted on 25-12-2007 00:52
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More species in the same area of three or four meters???
This is diversity! Well, Chironomidae at the moment...
Thanks a lot....

Can diptera larvae live in sea water? This one is floating in the surface, but I thinks that most probably failed to the water from the algae of the rocks... only sometimes covered with the sea water...
Edited by Isidro on 25-12-2007 00:55
 
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