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Imago, eggs, pupae
Ira Orlicek
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Hallo!

Grein/Upper Austria, 14.9.2020; organic garbage in a plastic bucket. Many Psychodidae-Imagos on the garbage and eggs and pupae on the plastic. is it possible, that the eggs an pupae belong to the imagos?

Imago: ca. 4mm; eggs: ca. 4-5mm; pupae: ca. 8-10mm

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I would say the eggs are Dryomyza and the pupae are Phoridae, so three families at different stages! TumbsUp
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Thanks, Ira
 
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ID for the Psychodidae-Imago possible?

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A rather pale Clogmia albipunctata?
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Clogmia albipunctata for sure.
 
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Thanks, Ira
 
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