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Chironomidae; SW Spain
Andre Burgers
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Posted on 10-02-2019 17:47
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February 5.

Maybe a subfamily? Would be wonderful. Smile


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The wing looks like Diamesinae. Most females have more flagellomeres than your fly. Are the fourth tarsomeres swollen?
 
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Thanks John!!

I don't think the 4th tarsomere is swollen.
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Fourth tarsomere is normal. Do you have a different angle on the wing?
 
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Unfortunately not. It didn't allow me another angle. Angry


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