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Nematocera from Ecuador
Stephen
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Posted on 27-11-2010 11:55
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Subfamily info would be great, and anything else just "icing on the cake."

Ecuador, near Santo Domingo de los Colorados, just south of the equator, western slopes, elevation 610 meters.
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More detail.
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Reminds me on Limoniidae - Eriopterinae.
Walter Pfliegler - Amateur Nature Photographer from Hungary (and molecular biologist)
 
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I would suggest Gonomyia (Neolipophleps)
While others can't climb, using infinite pains,
I, gravity turning to jest,
Ascend, with all ease, perpendicular planes,
Rough or smooth, just as pleases me best.
 
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