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Simulium (ID John Carr); SW Spain
Andre Burgers
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Posted on 22-02-2022 17:09
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On my wall. Looks like a male of the Simuliidae family.

Minas de Riotinto, February 21, 2022.

Is it possible to reach genus level? Smile


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Simulium, by far the most speciose genus. I often see other genera, but European diptera.info contributors do not.
 
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Thanks, John! TumbsUp

Happy with its genus, even if it's by far the most speciose. Real beauties.
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