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Posted on 05-11-2010 19:01
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Please help in identifying 014_ID. Thank you very much.

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an aphid - not a Dipteran so moved to correct forum Wink
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Hello!

I think, this is Anoecia corni (Anoeciidae). Very numerous here in the last weeks.
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Juergen Peters wrote:
Hello!

I think, this is Anoecia corni (Anoeciidae). Very numerous here in the last weeks.


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Anoecia spec. is correct, but it might be A. furcata too?!? Or can this one be excluded?
 
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Nielsyese wrote:
Anoecia spec. is correct, but it might be A. furcata too?!? Or can this one be excluded?


Sorry, I don't have a clue. Whenever these tiny critters were identified for me, no other species than corni was ever mentioned. Seems to be at least the by far most abundant species. But I am no expert, therefore I only wrote I think it is A. corni...
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