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Any ideas on this larvae ?
LordV
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Posted on 05-02-2006 18:32
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Found in damp leaf litter about 6mm long several of them in one place. South coast England 05/02/06.
Thanks in advance Brian V.

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What comes into my head is Stratiomyidae (soldier flies) - thei larvae are quite similar. But lets wait for other opinions Wink
 
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Definitely, I think it is one of the Sarginae with Microchrysa and Chloromyia as most likely candidates (former has the best chances I think) but I cannot rule out Sargus or Beridinae (Beris or Chorisops) on the basis of this picture.
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Thanks for the replies.
Brian V.
 
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Yes, I have once reared Beris larvae that looked like this, maybe 8 mm long. Louis
 
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