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usiaz
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Posted on 17-05-2018 18:16
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Hello! Is it possible to identify the genus (or species)? Is it Culex?
Time and place: 2016-06-18 21:04:00. In the bank of the Tulva river. Midlle Ural.
Latitude: North. 56°46'
Longitude: East. 55°45'
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Tony Irwin
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This is not Culex (which has a blunt-ended abdomen). The tapered abdomen with the long cerci indicates Aedes or Ochlerotatus (I suspect the latter.) I'm not sure which species of Ochlerotatus live in the Ural Mountains, and many of the distinguishing characters for are not visible in the photo, so I'm not going to suggest a species. Next time, try to get more shots from different angles, and try to catch the specimen! Wink
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usiaz
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Posted on 18-05-2018 09:41
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Good afternoon!
Thank you for correcting my mistake. It is always useful to show results to specialists.
With best wishes, Irek
 
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18.10.18 09:12
@PaulBeuk Thanks ever so much Paul! I really appreciate it!

16.10.18 11:11
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15.10.18 09:43
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13.10.18 22:24
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12.10.18 12:49
Hello I'd be grateful if so. could help me translate Nachweis als Totfund - Records as ? Thx

25.09.18 09:53
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25.09.18 09:45
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