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Aedes --> Ochlerotatus sticticus F
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Posted on 18-06-2018 13:59
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Hi,

Possibly better than genus ?
Cuise La Motte - Northen France - 16-06-2018 - 4 mm.
Many thanks.
Michel
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Nobody ?
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My first guess was Ochlerotatus punctor, but the sternites look a bit odd. I can't say more without a specimen. Frown
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Hi, Tony,
Many thanks.
I sent you an email.
Michel
 
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Michel kindly sent me the specimen - it is Ochlerotatus sticticus
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Many, many thanks for id. and best wishes.
Michel
 
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