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Nanosella fungi ?
BubikolRamios
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Posted on 16-09-2009 00:45
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according to this info:
http://tolweb.org...fungi/9672
this should be it, can anybody confirm ?
Calculated size, given mashroom (Hydnum repandum) cap diameter ~ 40mm is 0,6 x 0,8 mm.
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Nikolai Morozov
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Posted on 19-09-2009 21:16
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Actually it's north american species... as I know. And it has elongater body.
 
BubikolRamios
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Posted on 19-09-2009 21:39
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did some more digging:http://tolweb.org...sella/9652
according to that picture there you are rigth.

Looking what is on my image .....
looks to me like ladybug shaped ...
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Frank Koehler
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Nanosella is known from Sweden only. This is a member of Cryptophagidae, most probably Ephisthemus reitteri (E. globulus and Curelius exiguus are less probably). A sure ID by this photo is impossible = you have to study the genitalia ;-) Best regards, Frank
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BubikolRamios
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yep, loks just like this:
http://insektenfo...c65ce59a53

mine is more round shaped, but lets say this is it.

Thanks.
 
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