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Posted on 06-01-2024 20:43
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its possible to know more abou this?

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Chironomidae. Based on the small eyes and flagellomere count Orthocladiinae, Pseudochironomini, or Tanytarsini.
 
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John - are you sure this isn't a chaoborid with damaged antennae and palps?
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I am not sure. It would be an odd coincidence if both antennae were broken at the same point to give them a suitable number of flagellomeres for female Chironomidae.
 
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Indeed, but counting the flagellomeres, there seem to be 7 on one side, and 8 on the other!
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