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Chaoboridae? (01.01.22) --> Chironomidae, cf. Tanytarsini
Juergen Peters
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Hello and happy new year to everyone!

I found this 5 mm male today next to a small brook (northwest Germany). Chaoboridae or Chironomidae?
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Another specimen nearby.
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Chironomidae - perhaps Tanytarsini
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Tony Irwin wrote:
Chironomidae - perhaps Tanytarsini


Thanks, Tony! So no new family for me...
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