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Culicidae: Anopheles sp. (rather claviger than plumbeus)
Thoma2008
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Posted on 08-05-2023 21:33
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Hello,

(Body-)Length about 6,3 mm

Found at the edge of mixed beech forrest. 6th May 2023
Konstanz Germany Lake Constance area Position 47.692528 N, 9.177509E
480 m above sea level.

Thank you,
Thomas
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Hello Thomas, Anopheles is correct (rather claviger than plumbeus), but I'm afraid we cannot go to species level without a dorsal view.
Greetings, Eric Kloeckner
 
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Dear Eric,

thank you!

Unfortunately, she flew away before I was able to take another photo.

Best regards,
Thomas
 
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Without seeing the wings and wether they have spots or not I think it is hard to rule out maculipennis s.l.
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