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Tiny larva on rotten banana peel
Juergen Peters
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Posted on 22-12-2006 02:34
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Hello!

These pics are from yesterday evening in our garden (Ostwestfalen/Germany). The larva was about 3-4 mm long and crawling on an old banana. Any hints? Thanks in advance!


www.foto-upload.de/diptera/061221/Diptera_spp_L_4mm_1.jpg

www.foto-upload.de/diptera/061221/Diptera_spp_L_4mm_2.jpg

www.foto-upload.de/diptera/061221/Diptera_spp_L_4mm_3.jpg
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Jürgen

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Hello!

No ideas about this one? Could it belong to the Drosophilidae, which were numerous on the bananas before?
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Jürgen

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Hi J?rgen,
It looks like a Drosophilidae larvae.
See also:
http://entomology.unl.edu/images/storedfoods/sfflies/sfflies.htm

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Hello, Jan!

Jaso wrote:
It looks like a Drosophilidae larvae.
See also:
http://entomology.unl.edu/images/storedfoods/sfflies/sfflies.htm


I noticed your reply only today, sorry. Thanks, the larvae at that link really look like mine. Drosophilidae was really the most probable family, but I was not sure.
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Jürgen

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