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Posted on 13-11-2023 14:52
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Hi,
Today in firewood litter.
Cuise-La-motte (Northzen France) - 13-11-2023 - 5 mm
Better possible ?
Many thanks.
Michel
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Hello Michel, I think it's an Atelura formicaria (Nicoletiidae).
Greetings, Eric Kloeckner
 
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I thought he had no eyes ?
 
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You are right - if it's an eye, it's not Atelura. I've checked my photos, no eyes. So we must restart research...
Greetings, Eric Kloeckner
 
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It's an eye, no doubt.
I haven't seen anything similar online.
I have 2 that I can send if needed.
Thank you very much and good evening.
Greetings.
Michel
 
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Posted on 15-11-2023 16:56
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What about Ctenolepisma calvum? I never heard of it, new to Europe:
https://www.resea.../374694963

Greetings, Eric Kloeckner
 
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Ctenolepisma sp. ?
Thanks for the very interesting link.
Greetings.
Michel
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