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Jessica
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Posted on 01-03-2021 22:30
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Hello,

Is it possible to know the family and perhaps genus oh this larvae ?
Found under old bark of dead wood on the ground, in the woods. They grazed the surface of dead wood.

www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos276/big/Larve.jpg
Jessica Joachim : France : Verfeil : 31590 : 26/02/2021
Altitude : 196 m - Taille : 6 mm
Réf. : 276622

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Jessica Joachim : France : Verfeil : 31590 : 26/02/2021
Altitude : 196 m - Taille : 6 mm
Réf. : 276623
 
Jessica
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Posted on 08-03-2021 12:52
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Hello,

No one ?
 
eklans
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Hi Jessica, I have an idea, but unfortunately could not find anything to substantiate this until now: it reminds me of a larva of a sawfly (Symphyta). But I've not heard of such a larva grazing under bark. What do you think about it and do you have more photos of the larva?

Greetings, Eric
 
Jessica
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Hello,

Thank you for your answer !
I don't think it's a Symphyta because of the head, which is clearly visible and looks like the head of a caterpillar, but I could be wrong.

Here is another picture, I have no other postures Sad

www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos276/big/larve.jpg
Jessica Joachim : France : Verfeil : 31590 : 26/02/2021
Altitude : 196 m - Taille : 6 mm
Réf. : 276942
 
Jessica
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First, I thought Mycetophilidae, but I don't find pictures of similar larvae.
 
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These could be the eyes...
eklans attached the following image:


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Jessica
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I hadn't noticed these two spots. Indeed it could be eyes. I'm looking but for the moment I can't find anything like it!
 
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pls add also detail of anal segment - it is probable Tipulomorpha - cf. Limoniidae
 
Jessica
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Here a picture where anal segment is sharp (at the top of the picture), but I just have dorsal view awkward

www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos276/big/larve(1).jpg
Jessica Joachim : France : Verfeil : 31590 : 26/02/2021
Altitude : 196 m - Taille : 6 mm
Réf. : 276949
 
Jessica
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Posted on 18-03-2021 17:30
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Hello,
So, could he be a Limoniidae ?
 
eklans
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Hello Jessica, I could not find a resembling larva of the Limoniidae.

Greetings, Eric
 
Jessica
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Okay, thank you
 
atylotus
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the spotes marked with the yellow circles are the anterior spiracles. I don't even think it is a Diptera, but other than that, I don't recognize it.
 
Jessica
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Oh, ok, thanks. He's a difficult specimen !
 
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