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Larvae Stratiomyidae
AliWi
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Posted on 16-09-2019 07:09
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Dear all,

are those larvae, larvae of Stratiomyidae flies?
Found in Lower Saxony, Germany, 15.09.2019 sandy area. They were more than 5cm long, Most of them under water but some crawling outside.
Thanks in advance.

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Alex
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here´s another one
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Posted on 23-09-2019 21:17
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Stratiomys singularior
 
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Thanks atylotus!
Can you somehow rule out S. longicornis?
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Alex
 
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The numerous small White dorsal spots occur in both singularior and longicornis but the anal segment is too long for longicornis. The relatieve small and long anal segment is typical for singularior.
 
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Thank you very much, acotylus!
Best wishes
Alex
 
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