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Posted on 11-08-2019 21:14

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Today at pyrenees at a fountain inside a small village
picotverd attached the following image:

Edited by picotverd on 11-08-2019 21:15
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A Culex male. A side view might help with species identification.
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Posted on 11-08-2019 23:19

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Only this photo...
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Posted on 10-12-2019 15:26

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This is just a guess, since the wings obscure the view somewhat, but still.. I think you can see the white "triangles" on the apical tergal bands of Culex hortensis.

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