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Culicidae: Female and male - ID ? --> Aedes cf. cantans
kuv
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Posted on 15-03-2023 17:26
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Northern Germany, Schleswig-Holstein, Halstenbek near Hamburg, found in a region of tree nursery, at a wall of a road tunnel; nearby a small wet uncultivated area; Outside Photos: kuv, 5th of May 2022.
I think it's a male (85 mm) and a female (7.5 mm) of the same species (?). Please help to get the ID.
Kuv
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eklans
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Hi kuv, I think the female is probably Aedes cantans:
2 white patches on scutum and dark supraalar bristles.
The male could be Aedes annulipes:
Cinnamon coloured band and no patches on scutum and pale supraalar bristles.
But I'm learning - not an expert!

from Stickmyggor i Nordeuropa (Lindström, Eklöf)
Greetings, Eric Kloeckner
 
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Thank you very much Eric Smile for your answer (they are always welcome!).
This time I think we should wait for brundlefly and Tony.
Best regards Kuv
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The scutum colour on males in the annulipes-complex is unreliable. I think the scutum colour of this one could fit Ae. cantans as well.
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Thank you very much brundlefly TumbsUp.
Greetings Kuv
 
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