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Nikita Vikhrev
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Around Moscow, 21 okt, under dead wood, 3mm.
Is it Diptera?
If yes, Brachycera?
Pupae or larvae?
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I am more inclined towards a beetle larva.
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A wood-beetle Wink
 
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Thank you Paul.
Andre, how do you know that Coleoptera?
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Shape if the body, the strong bristles and the fact that it appears to be having a strongly sclerotised head. The latter is only found in Nematocera and I cannot think of any midge with similar larvae.
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Nikita Vikhrev
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Clear. Thank you Paul.
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