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Dichochrysa spec.
Robert Heemskerk
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Posted on 09-11-2007 21:40
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hi otherinsektlarvaforum,

I think this larva is something like Dichochrysa spec.?
Or is it Micromus tasmaniae?
Some larvae dress them selve with plant-trash, this one doesn't?
But my experience with these kind of insekts is not much.
I hope someone can tell some more about these specie?

size:~8-9mm
place: bridge Amsterdam Forest
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Hello,

It is hard to distinguish between Chrysopidae and Hemerobiidae. Some larva use remains of their preys to hide themselves inboth families, as far as I know. There is a way to make a distinction by the opening of the mouth parts and the proportions of the head, but I never succeeded.

By the way, there is something of the neck of this specimen...
Pierre Duhem
 
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Posted on 11-11-2007 21:22
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Thank you Pierre for your answer.
Smile

I'll call it Micromus sp. with a question mark.
The findingplace was next to water.

 
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But it's not a Diptera, it's a Neuroptera.
 
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hi Isidro,

You are right, I posted this item in the wrong topic.
It must be in the other-insektforumtopic.

excuse me Sad
 
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