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This specific larva was found under the bark of a submerged treetrunk in a forest pool (with Fagus) along the Ilmenau in Bad Bevensen, Germany on 14.iii.2009. At first sight it resembles a Tipula spec. larva in size but is has typical white (unpigmented) anal lobes, but also ventral pseudopods. The latter are most likely used for locomotion under the bark.

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Hello friends, I've heard from Stephane today and he is safe and sound. Very good news!

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Where is Stéphane Lebrun? I strongly miss his expertise in Muscidae Frown. I hope, he is doing well these days. Jürgen

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