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[Sphaeromias pictus] What's her family and did she lay eggs?
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Posted on 16-08-2020 01:47
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Hello.
I can't determine her family and I wonder if what she left on the sheet is an egg.
Thank you for your help.
Jeremie

Bonjour.
Je n'arrive pas à déterminer sa famille et je me demande si ce qu'elle a laissé sur la feuille est un œuf.
Merci de votre aide.
Jérémie

France - 85450 Sainte-Radégonde-des-Noyers
Lat : 46° 22' 32.86'' N (46.3757966)
Long : 1° 4' 12.26'' W (-1.0700748)
Altitude : 3 m
Date de l'observation : 15/08/2020
4.5 mm egg/œuf ? 1 mm

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Ceratopogonidae: Sphaeromias spec.
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Hello.
Thank you very much Jan Willem for that quick answer.

Jérémie
 
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Hello.
Thank you very much Paul for that précision.
Jérémie
 
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