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Psychodidae ID please --> Clogmia albipunctata
Reimund Ley
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Posted on 19-09-2020 14:40
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ist there a chance to ID this Psychodidae,
it was about 3mm,

found in Germany, Northrhine-Westfalia, Recklinghausen, altitude 85m, 15. 9. 2020


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I think Clogmia albipunctata
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Hello Tony,


thanks for your answer,
so we called it Clogmia albipunctata.


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hello,


we are missing the white dots on the wing-ending,
may be another ??


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The white dots are formed from white hairs that are easily rubbed off the wing edge. Your specimen is quite bald, and I think is just missing the hairs. I don't know whether there are other species that have this wing shape and the black marks in that position. Clogmia is the only common one I know, but the experts may say different.
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hello Tony,


thanks for your reply.

we know what you mean,
we called it Clogmia albipunctata.


best wishes


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Clogmia albipunctata for sure. Venation is OK for Clogmia, only C.tristis has to be excluded. There are traces of white dots in the left wing, two veins from midwing to the right.
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Hello,

thanks to you for this final answer.


Greetings


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