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Posted on 08-04-2007 12:12
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I found these nymphs/larvae and the pupa under birch bark on a cut down tree together with beetles of the species Bitoma crenata. Someone suggested they are diptera. I also found a small diptera, but didn't get a good shoot of that. It was rather small.

Location: Near Stockholm, Sweden
Date: 2007-APR-07
Size: nymph ~5mm, pupa ~6mm

THanx in advance for ID!
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The pupa ...
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Posted on 08-04-2007 12:34
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Top: probably ceratopogonid pupae.
Bottom: probably lonchaeid pupa.
Rear them and send them over. Pfft
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