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Diptera pupae? - Lonchaeidae - Lonchaea hackmani ?
Morten A Mjelde
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Found under the first layer of aspen bark, Today 23.03. Telemark, Norway. The longest of the pupae is 4.2 mm.

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twice in one day Morten! looks like Lonchaeidae. can you provide an end on photo of the posterior breathing spiracles - it may be possible to ID further
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Thanks a lot!
I also thought it could be from the L. family. (I'm not sure what's the front and back of a fly pupa, so I'm attaching a picture from both sides Frown). unfortunately my camera is not good enough for such small details. Pictures from fly pupa 1.
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Pupa nr 2.
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Thanks Morten - its the blunt end that is posterior, unfortunately there is not enough detail to get to species level - you will just have to await until they emerge. The main suspect at that size and in that tree species is Lonchaea hackmaniSmile
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Thank you, Iain! Smile

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