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Nematocera from Japan 4
Xespok
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Posted on 29-06-2005 02:37
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This one looks like a Bibionidae, but has longer antennae. Maybe Sciaridae?
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To my opinion this is Sciaridae - they have a typical fork that is formed by M1 and M2 veins.
 
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