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Simulium sp. female
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4 mm. body exactly. I've found it on my white car near Acequias (Granada, S Spain). March 30, 2012.

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Simulium female. Lots of species and subgenera in Europe. Local experts may recognize the markings, most Simuliidae are dull brown to blackish.
 
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