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Culicidae ID > Culiseta sp. > C. annulata
Maks S
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Posted on 24-03-2019 21:27
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Would it be possible to ID the genus from these photos taken on 24.03.2019 in Kraków?


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Edited by Maks S on 29-04-2019 19:32
 
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Could it be a Ochlerotatus sp.?
 
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No, the end of the abdomen is quite blunt, so I think this is a Culiseta species
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Maks S
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Thank you very much for the ID.
After looking at the checklist for Poland and some photos I think it could be C. annulata/subochrea. Would it be possible to confirm this?
 
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I think that is right, but I don't know that we'll be able to say which of those two it is from these photos.
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Maks S
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Ok. Thank you for your help.
 
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The Cs. subochrea I have seen have been much paler than this, with broader, less contrasting white rings on the legs. This looks very much like a normal Cs. annulata.
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Thank you very much for the ID.
 
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