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larva Fannia sp.
JW Wertwijn
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Posted on 21-01-2008 19:16
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Area:Near Ansterdam (Diemen)
eco: half wet, under willow trees
date: September 2003
substrate: mushroom

Do you need more pictures, especially from the posterior yo help me determinate the species ?

www.xs4all.nl/~werthof/temp/12potig.jpg
 
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I need dorsal view photos. Detailed photos to the posterior part, that we cannot see in this photo.
It is Fannia sp. allright. But impossible to say much more only with this photo.

 
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Thanks, for the advise.

Somehow I expected that answer after reading the forum ...
So, hereby the three best posterior pictures

www.xs4all.nl/~werthof/temp/fannia/1.jpg
www.xs4all.nl/~werthof/temp/fannia/2.jpg
www.xs4all.nl/~werthof/temp/fannia/3.jpg
Jan Willem Wertwijn
 
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not possible to say much more than Fannia.
 
http://www.flickr.com/photos/superegnum
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maybe F. cf. scalaris, but this is a very wild guess.
 
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