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Psychoda sp.
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Posted on 20-01-2022 22:46
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Photograph taken on 20 January 2022 inside a house in the urban center of Motril, Granada, Spain.
Immediate area of the Mediterranean coast.
Apparent size with wings, about 2,5 - 3,0 mm

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Psychoda spec. Many candidates...
 
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weia wrote:
Psychoda spec. Many candidates...


Very grateful for your information. It seems that it will be difficult to know its species....
The last days I find quite a few in the bathroom of the house. Being a very small insect, it is very difficult to take pictures of it.
But, is there any detail that differentiates them and that I could try to photograph?

Best wishes!
Jose Marin
 
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The last segments of the antenna... Mostly not well visible on photo's, and I do not know how many species there are in your region.
I myself make pictures where I can measure wing length, which gives a bit impression of which species it is not. But it remains the most difficult genus within Psychodidae.
 
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weia wrote:
The last segments of the antenna... Mostly not well visible on photo's, and I do not know how many species there are in your region.
I myself make pictures where I can measure wing length, which gives a bit impression of which species it is not. But it remains the most difficult genus within Psychodidae.


Thanks!
I can see that it will be difficult. But I will try...
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