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Cecidomyiidae - ID possible?
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Posted on 19-08-2019 23:20

Location: Hannover, Germany
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this 3 - 4 mm Cecidomyiidae (?) was found on April 19 in a hill called Ith, Lower Saxony, Germany, elevation about 400 m, with forest (beech, hawthorn, and others).

Can it be named? Many thanks in advance!

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Edited by Haleun on 19-08-2019 23:25
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Posted on 19-08-2019 23:23

Location: Hannover, Germany
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