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Posted on 17-06-2014 18:10
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Center of France 17.06.2014
I suppose Culex pipiens larvae, is that correct ?
You can see it moving here

www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos121/big/_dss6542.jpg
Eugène Vandebeulque : France : Pers-en-Gâtinais : 45210 : 17/6/2014
Altitude : 125 m - Taille : # 4 mm
Réf. : 121932
Edited by evdb on 17-01-2016 19:44
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Eugene
It can be either Aedes, Ochlerotatus, Culiseta of Culex, but I cannot establish the genus name without having a look at the siphon in lateral view. The position and number of the hairbundles on the siphon is diagnostic.
 
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Thanks Atylotus, I'll try to make more pictures...
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Here is a look at the siphon in lateral view :

www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos121/big/_dss6543.jpg
Eugene Vandebeulque : France : Pers-en-Gâtinais : 45210 : 18/6/2014
Altitude : NR - Taille : # 4 mm
Réf. : 121973
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Yes, this siphon looks very much like C.pipiens.
 
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Thanks a lot Atylotus Smile
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No, it is not Culex pipiens. This photo is not enough for identification. Siphon of C. pipiens is different.
 
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