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A larva in a old stump of tree
lweit
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Posted on 24-01-2007 22:19
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Hello
Can somebody tell me the Id of this larva (15 mm) find with many other larva (50) in an old stump of a tree, very wet ?
Perhaps a Tipulidae larva ?

Than you
Louis
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Louis Boumans
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Bonjour Louis,

with such a sclerotised head, I would say Coleoptera, but maybe Lepidoptera is also possible,.

Louis
 
Tony Irwin
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Bibionidae - the spiky processes (and slightly thicker lateral processes) and well-sclerotised head are typical.
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Thank you
I've placed ten larva in breeding in my house ?

Louis
 
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Hello
News of this larva
A nymph is born the 15/03/2007

Louis
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The nymph a week later

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The 26/03/2006 a fly is born : Bibio marci (Linnaeus, 1758) - "mouche de Saint-Marc" in french
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Another photo of this fly

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