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Neoascia sp. larvae
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Posted on 21-01-2019 15:59
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Seems obvious. 1 pair of brown, backwardly curved hooks on the thorax and flattened tail are apparently typical for Neoascia. Do you agree?
Collected with a pondnet in a freshwater ditch on May 30, 2018 near the city of Lopik (lat 51.9655 lon 4.8724)
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