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Culicidae. Lithuania
Gintautas Steiblys
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Hi,

Please ID it. I think it is Ochlerotatus punctor. I'm right ?

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I think this is punctor - but it's always helpful to include a dorsal shot if you can.
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Note that if this was taken near saltmarsh, there is a good chance it is punctodes (females are identical)
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