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Diptera larva?
Vladimir Davydov
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Posted on 26-11-2010 07:07
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Russia, St.-Petersburg region,Olgino, 30 may 2008
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a Cylindrotomatidae, and it looks a bit like Cylindrotoma distinctissima, but in your area, maybe another species ?
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thanks !Smile
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Posted on 28-11-2010 09:11
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sorry, forgot to add that it is not Triogma, Diogma or Phalacrocera. I meant to say that it is Cylindrotoma, but as I'm not familiar with the faunistics of this genus in your area, I'm not sure about the species-identity.
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