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Neolimonia dumetorum
Marion Friedrich
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Posted on 15-10-2021 22:02
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Hello,
yesterday I found this midge in a small box with a piece of rotten dead wood which I brought with larvae from a forest some weeks ago.
Is it a Neolimonia dumetorum?
Thanks
Marion

Germany, Saxony, 14. Oct. 2021
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Posted on 16-10-2021 09:32
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Hi Marion, I've never seen that fly, but after checking with ccw.naturalis.nl I'm sure it is correct!
Greetings, Eric
 
Marion Friedrich
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Posted on 16-10-2021 21:37
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Hi Eric, thank you for confirmation. I used the same site.
Today I wanted to take some better photos, but the midge escaped and vanished.
Best regards,
Marion
 
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