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Chaoborus (Peusomyia) cf pallidus?
Jim Senn
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Badem, RLP, Germany, 03 Jul 2021, found on outside window frame. The closest I have found to this is Ablabesmyia (Karelia) cf. peleensis (female). I think Chironomidae Tribe, can somebody help with ID?
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Chaoborus
 
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Chaobrous (Peusomyia) pallidus, I think.
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Thanks for your assistance.
 
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Hi Jim,
I think Tony means Chaoborus (not Chaobrous) - it's a typo.
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Apologies for the typo - some of my fingers move faster than the others!
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