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Aedes (s.l.) ID -> Dahliana geniculatus
Carnifex
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Posted on 21-07-2019 18:44
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Hi,
based on the features provided, can the species be IDed? Found in a garden in Vienna
Could it be Ochlerotatus?

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Edited by Carnifex on 22-07-2019 16:33
Cheers, Lorin

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Tony Irwin
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Posted on 21-07-2019 21:41
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This has the tapered abdomen typical of Aedes s.l., but the cerci are rather short compared to those of Ochlerotatus, which suggests Dahliana geniculatus (confirmed by the lack of pale tarsal rings, together with the very distinctive dorsal thoracic pattern.
Tony
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Posted on 22-07-2019 08:25
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Thanks a lot, Tony!
Cheers, Lorin

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All requests are from the urban area of Vienna, if not otherwise stated.

My Diptera observations (and other living forms) can be found here, and corrections or comments over there would also be appreciated.
 
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