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Culicidae ID > Aedes cf. rossicus
Maks S
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Posted on 13-07-2019 00:17

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Would it be possible to ID this mosquito found by a friend on 31.08.2008 in Warsaw?
Edited by Maks S on 24-11-2019 15:13
Tony Irwin
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Possibly Aedes cinereus/geminus (though I would expect it to look more red/orange)
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Maks S
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Thank you very much for all the ID's, Tony. Smile
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The lack of reddish tones point more towards Aedes rossicus I think.

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