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3 mm Diptera larvae? --> Forcipomyia (Ceratopogonidae)
Juergen Peters
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Posted on 02-04-2008 21:23
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Hello!

Are these tiny larvae under an old plank near the forest (northwest Germany, March-29) Diptera? I am sure, I have seen similar beasts, but don't remember where... Sad


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Should be Ceratopogonidae.
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Hello, Paul!

Paul Beuk wrote:
Should be Ceratopogonidae.


Very interesting, thanks!
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Forcipomyia species
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Juergen Peters
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Hello, Tony!

Tony Irwin wrote:
Forcipomyia species


Wow! I didn't expect that genus level would be possible with these. Thanks!
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Fortunately there are only two genera in this subfamily (at least in Europe), and they have very different larvae. - It's often not possible to place larvae in a genus!Wink
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