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Chironomidae ID
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Posted on 25-05-2020 09:07

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Can you help me identify this non-biting midge?
Found a few days ago in Central Greece.
ckazilas attached the following image:

John Carr
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Tribe Chironomini, possibly Chironomus.
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Posted on 25-05-2020 13:28

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John Carr wrote:
Tribe Chironomini, possibly Chironomus.

Thank you John!
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