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Culicidae in a forest --> Ochlerotatus sp.
Dennis
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Posted on 11-06-2019 20:46
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Hallo!

Bavaria, 7.June, in a forest.
I think it was 5mm (?), one of the bigger Ones.

Is it possible to go further to determination?

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Dennis
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Ochlerotatus sp.
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Thank you Tony!

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