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usiaz
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Posted on 27-08-2019 17:47
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Hello! Is it possible to determine the gender and type?
Shooting Date/Time 22.06.2019 13:28:41
On the bank of the Tulva river. Midlle Ural.
Latitude: North. 56°47'
Longitude: East. 55°44'
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It is a female Aedes (Ochlerotatus). The pale colors might suggest something like flavescens, cyprius, riparius or the yellow form of excrucians. You would like to get a good picture of the scutum and the tergites to get a good id.
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