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Aedes (Culicidae) ID
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Posted on 08-04-2024 21:25

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Netherlands, today, in wet forest

Looks like "Aedes communis", but believe this to be group species? Is there more to be said? Any resources I could be using?
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Aedes (Ochlerotatus), but I am unsure which species
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Tony Irwin wrote:
Aedes (Ochlerotatus), but I am unsure which species

Thank you very much, I found the following references:

I would say I am missing (at least) better pictures of the scutum. Better luck next time.
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