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Culicidae ID (8) > Aedes communis
Maks S
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Posted on 14-07-2019 23:38
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Would it be possible to ID this mosquito found on 10.06.2014 in Warsaw?

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Not 100 % certain, but could be Dahliana geniculata female
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Why not Aedes communis?
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I felt that the basal bands on the tergites were too narrow, but it's not a clear view - hence my expression of doubt! Smile
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Thanks, I'll change the ID to A. communis then.
 
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