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Larva under bark
Hubert Polacek
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Posted on 11-02-2007 20:21
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Bizzare like some diptera Smile Don't you know what family/gender/species? Thanks. Hubert
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IS it under pine bark? Then a Zabrachia (Stratiomyidae). I can`t say whether Z. tenella or minutissima
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Ruud is right. See http://www.dipter...oto_id=165 for a recently moulted specimen.
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Posted on 11-02-2007 23:49
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Thanks a lot, I have one more picture, it was probably pine bark.
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