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Limoniidae ID => Dicranomyia modesta
Woodmen
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Posted on 28-09-2015 19:32
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Russia, Kirov region. 28.09.2015.

Vladimir.

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Posted on 30-09-2015 17:01
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Do you really have nothing to say? May need some angles?
 
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Dmitry Gavryushin
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Based on position of vein Sc2, yellow scapus and elongated distal flagellomeres, it's a female Dicranomyia modesta.
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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Posted on 01-10-2015 08:39
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Thank you very much, Dmitry!

Regards
Vladimir.
 
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