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Culicidae. >Male Ochlerotatus punctor
Pentti Ketola
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Hi!
Photo on Finland Kokkola 20 May 2018.
Is it possible to get species for that male?
Size 8mm.
Thanks for help.
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Size 8mm.
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coll.
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Culicidae
 
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Thank You!
 
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I think this is Ochlerotatus punctor, but it always helps to have a picture showing the tarsi, and does the 8mm length include the proboscis or not?
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Hi,
not the proboscis!
Thanks.
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proboscis ventral.
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