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Ozirhincus?
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Posted on 07-09-2019 15:56
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Berlin - May 2017

Hello everyone,

I think that this tiny Nematocera is Ozirhincus sp but i'm not certain of this genus. Is it possible to tell from this photo?

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it could be Ozirhincus. It is at least close. The short R vein (pale spot at tip) and shape of antennae puts it in tribe Lasiopterini or Alycaulini.
 
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Thank you, John.

I have been trying to place it in a genus or tribe for two years now. I really need a specimen. Plus, i have plenty of photos of it but i cannot remember the dates. I am still trying to organize and document my photos. I can always return to this post when i have a specimen. These are very tiny. Maybe 1-1.5mm? I have trouble photographing them. I try to hold my breath when i make photos. They seem like they have been drinking coffee because they never stop moving.

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John
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