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Chironomus plumosus is now considered a species complex. Larvae typically live in large lakes. This one came from Cayuga Lake, Ithaca, New York, USA.

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

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Can I edit a thread subject?

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They are already in Poland !

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