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Pathetria larva ?
Thorben96
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Posted on 10-07-2022 13:19
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Hi there,

I deal with mushrooms and their determination and there are also mushrooms on insects from time to time.
This find occupies me for several years.
The find is from 19.03.16 from Germany (NRW, Witten) and was made in a floodplain forest (with Alnus).
There I could find numerous of these mushroomed larvae on the ground.
Yesterday I came across Pathetria larvae on the internet that have similarities with my find.
In das-neue-naturforum I got the tip to ask for the larva in this forum, which I do now.
Therefore the question could my find be a Pathetria larva ?

thanks in advance,
Thorben
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I am a hobby mycologist who has rather little to do with Diptera. However, now and then there are fungi on insects and there you have to know what kind of host it is.
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I am a hobby mycologist who has rather little to do with Diptera. However, now and then there are fungi on insects and there you have to know what kind of host it is.
I am active in the Pilzforum.eu
https://www.pilzforum.eu/user/10366-thorben96/
 
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I am a hobby mycologist who has rather little to do with Diptera. However, now and then there are fungi on insects and there you have to know what kind of host it is.
I am active in the Pilzforum.eu
https://www.pilzforum.eu/user/10366-thorben96/
 
atylotus
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Posted on 10-07-2022 15:44
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Yes, looks very much like Penthetria funebris
 
Thorben96
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Posted on 11-07-2022 18:02
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Yes, looks very much like Penthetria funebris

Thank you very much Smile
I am a hobby mycologist who has rather little to do with Diptera. However, now and then there are fungi on insects and there you have to know what kind of host it is.
I am active in the Pilzforum.eu
https://www.pilzforum.eu/user/10366-thorben96/
 
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