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Chironomidae with wing pattern -> Tanypodinae
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Posted on 03-10-2021 00:35
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Hoping for a refinement of the ID.
Found indoors, Vienna, early October

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Edited by Carnifex on 04-10-2021 01:04
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I do not know what that species is, but I have observed the most likely the same species on Sep 30, 2021, in my garden.
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Subfamily Tanypodinae.
 
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Thanks John for this 1-for-2 :-)

I'd suggest to narrow it further down to Tribus Macropelopiini
Edited by Carnifex on 04-10-2021 01:07
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Macropelopiini or Pentaneurini.
 
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