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Little Chironomidae --> Orthocladiinae
bertrandpami
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Posted on 23-03-2019 10:47
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Hi,
Yesterday in the kitchen (Cuise La Motte - Northen France).Among 5 mm.
Orthocladiinae possible ?
Many thanks.
Michel
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Orthocladiinae
 
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Many thanks, John.
 
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