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Sciaridae larva? NE HU, Dec
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Posted on 27-12-2009 16:18
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Hi, is this 4 nmm long one a sciarid? Among fallen leaves.
pwalter attached the following image:

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Posted on 28-12-2009 10:06
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yes, seems very much like a Sciaridae. Dark head with a hole in the posterior ventral part of the head.
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Posted on 29-12-2009 10:09
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Thank You!
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