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It has female antennae (short and not plumose) and male genitalia. This condition is caused by a nematode parasite in family Mermithidae.

Massachusetts, USA June 9, 2011

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24.11.20 16:44
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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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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I want to move a thread to the Syphridae subforum - how can I do this?

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ah ok ! I didn't knew oops !

07.08.20 07:12
They are already in Poland !

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