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Anisopodidae: Sylvicola
Timofey
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Posted on 27-10-2019 21:10
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Moscow Prov., Abramtsevo near Khotkovo, 27 X 2019, rotting vegetation
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Timofey wrote:
Moscow Prov., Abramtsevo near Khotkovo, 27 X 2019, rotting vegetation

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Timofey
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Timofey wrote:
Moscow Prov., Abramtsevo near Khotkovo, 27 X 2019, rotting vegetation

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libor
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ID of Sylvicola from a picture is almost mission impossible and really impossible for females. Please, make a picture, collect them and send them to me. I can get the material for my studies and you can get the names for your pictures. In other case you can stay in Sylvicola sp.
Best wishes
Libor
 
Timofey
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Posted on 28-10-2019 23:18
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libor wrote:
ID of Sylvicola from a picture is almost mission impossible and really impossible for females. Please, make a picture, collect them and send them to me. I can get the material for my studies and you can get the names for your pictures. In other case you can stay in Sylvicola sp.
Best wishes
Libor


Dear Libor,
thank you for identification! I will remember your offer for the future.
I am a specialis in wild bees, so mosquitoes looks very breakable for me, but I try. I do not collect this specimen. I make a photo for education programm for museum. The name of genus is quite enough for this work.
Best wishes,
Timofey
 
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