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Stratiomyiidae larva?
Juergen Peters
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Posted on 26-12-2005 23:00
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Hello!

I found this rather large (30-40 mm) larva on September 07 in a small pond in only 10 mm deep water (Ostwestfalen/Germany). It was moving rather quickly. Does it belong to the soldier flies? Thanks and a merry rest christmas!
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Edited by Juergen Peters on 26-12-2005 23:01
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Jürgen

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Yes, it does, to the Stratiomyinae (including Stratiomys, Odontomyia and Oplodontha. This gives the impression of a Stratiomys.
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Juergen Peters
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Paul Beuk wrote:
Yes, it does, to the Stratiomyinae (including Stratiomys, Odontomyia and Oplodontha. This gives the impression of a Stratiomys.


Thanks, Paul!
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