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Who bit frog?
Nikita Vikhrev
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Posted on 13-06-2005 22:07
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Is it possible to say which Nematocera bit Rana esculenta?
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As far as I know and looking at the picture I could say these are Simuliidae or Ceratopogonidae. But they look more like Simuliidae. Maybe someone will also say his/her opinion.
 
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With these relatively long antennae, they cannot be Simuliidae, so I assume they are Ceratopogonidae.
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By the way, I found in Bey-Bienko that frog blood is specialisation of Forcipomyia velox, of Ceratopogonidae.
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