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another Chironomidae
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anyone know what is the species?
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Looks like the Chironomus group of genera. Maybe Glyptotendipes. I'm not sure if the depressions in the bases of the tergites are bare, and I can't make out enough details of genitalia.
 
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John Carr wrote:
Looks like the Chironomus group of genera. Maybe Glyptotendipes. I'm not sure if the depressions in the bases of the tergites are bare, and I can't make out enough details of genitalia.


Thank you.
The picture is not well.
 
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