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Marion Friedrich
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Hi,
unfortunately there are only bad pictures. The larvae are about 5 mm long and live under the loose bark of an uprooted aspen. Are they determinable? Maybe Stratiomyidae?
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Yes, certainly Stratiomyidae. But I can't remember which genus. Have to look it up when I'm back in the lab later this week.
 
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Hi Atylotus,
thank you very much.
Today I visited the aspen again. I took another pictures where more details of the head are visible.

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