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Nematocera 1 => Ozirhincus tanaceti?
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8.8.18 in Jyväskylä, Finland.
2-3 mm.
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Ozirhincus tanaceti ??
Jan Willem van Zuijlen
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Thanks Jan Willem
I take at least second question mark away Wink

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For more exact ID you'd need to know number of flagellomeres. O. tanaceti has been recently synonymized with O. longicollis Rondani, 1840 (check Dorchin et al. (2015) - Morphological and Molecular Revision of the Genus Ozirhincus (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae)—Long-Snouted Seed-Feeding Gall Midges on Asteraceae (PLoS ONE 10(7): e0130981. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0130981))
While others can't climb, using infinite pains,
I, gravity turning to jest,
Ascend, with all ease, perpendicular planes,
Rough or smooth, just as pleases me best.
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Thanks Dmitry
Yes. I save ONE question mark

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