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Is this possible to identify?

Mid Norway

Mountain area
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Tribe Chironomini. Do you have a dorsal view of the genitalia?
 
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Thank you! Adding a picture of the genitalia
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Somewhere in the "Harnischia complex" (~10 genera), recognized by the reduced inner appendages.
 
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Thank you Smile
 
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