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Culicidae - more ID? --> Aedes rusticus
kuv
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Posted on 19-12-2021 16:43
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Northern Germany, Schleswig-Holstein, Bellin (east of Kiel), way between a mixed forest and a pasture, where is a small pond nearby, in the grass, 23th of May 2021, (Photos: kuv). Please help to get the ID.
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Hi kuv, it's an Aedes and from what's visible probably A. geniculatus (from dendrotelmata of the mixed forest).
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Thank you very much Eric Smile.
Greetings Kuv
 
brundlefly
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This is not Aedes geniculatus. It is Aedes rusticus. Ae. geniculatus has a different scutal pattern and is not so extensively scaled on the thoraical pleurites.
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Thank you very much Brundlefly Smile.
Greetings Kuv
 
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