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Cecidomyiidae ?red
Timofey
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Moscow Prov., Abramtsevo near Khotkovo, 13 IV 2019, on the spring of birch juice, time of the snow melting
Unicue collor form or species?
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Timofey wrote:
Moscow Prov., Abramtsevo near Khotkovo, 13 IV 2019, on the spring of birch juice, time of the snow melting
Unicue collor form or species?

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Timofey wrote:
Moscow Prov., Abramtsevo near Khotkovo, 13 IV 2019, on the spring of birch juice, time of the snow melting
Unicue collor form or species?

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It is a Cecidomyiidae.
Best wishes, Niels-Jan Dek
 
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Thank you Niels-Jan! It is interesting to know about the biology of this species. Is it develop in plants or it has a predator larva?

nielsyese wrote:
It is a Cecidomyiidae.
 
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