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Psychodidae -> Paramormia ustulata
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Posted on 10-10-2018 10:41
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Hi,

on mud at a pond in Danube wetlands near Vienna. Could it be Clytocerus?

static.inaturalist.org/photos/26336848/original.jpeg

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Lorin
Edited by Carnifex on 03-03-2021 20:26
Cheers, Lorin

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Posted on 28-02-2021 00:16
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coming back to this old ID request - still would like to hear an opinion
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Clytocerus has much different antennae. This could be something like Paramormia ustulata.
 
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That would be the only species of the genus in Austria
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Carnifex wrote:
That would be the only species of the genus in Austria


Species lists of most if not alle countries are incomplete, unfortunately. But for the time being keep it as ustulata!
Edited by weia on 03-03-2021 23:46
 
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