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The larvae are not typical for Nematocera - they are without sclerotized head and with 2 sclerotized hooks posteriorly. Larva develop in strongly decayed wood of fir stump.

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11.01.21 22:32
my portrait in portrait format is squashed into landscape format. how can I prevent that next time? Greetings Beate

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Never letting them to dry too quickly before Grin?

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Anybody knows how to avoid compound eyes invaginating when drying and how to restore them?

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You can edit your own thread - button "Edit" below.

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Can I edit a thread subject?

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Use “new thread” buttom right below

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How do I post ? Smile

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That woul be up to me, as an administrator. Smile

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