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Big fat black larvae
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Posted on 18-03-2021 18:25
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Resamble Oestridae, Cuturebridae. In the coniferous forest, on the forest path.
As in the Subject: Big (1,5 cm?), fat, shiny black.
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Without reading your comment, my thought was “looks like an Oestridae”.

So, either I am psychic, or it might be an Oestridae.


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Thanks Teo. I wonder If I can rear it in the soil to get imago.
 
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Do measurements help to give more precise try if identification?
Body length 1,8 cm, width 0,9-1,1 cm.
 
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