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Stratiomyidae?
katerina dvorakova
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Posted on 30-06-2008 20:13
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Hi forum,
can somebody identify this? I think it is Stratiomyidae. The photo is from August from the South Bohemia (lowland with many lakes).
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Katka
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Fairly sure this is a Stratiomys larva, and judging from the size, not fully grown, so unlikely to be able to get it to species.
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I second the motion...Wink
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I agree with Tony. A Stratiomys larva. To species level I have no idea. Sad
stratiomyid larvae are unmistakable!
 
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katerina dvorakova
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Dear coleagues,
thank you for replies.
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