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Photo#33220
Biting Midge - Clinohelea bimaculata - male

Biting Midge - Clinohelea bimaculata - Male
Harvard, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA
July 5, 2004
ID given by Paul Beuk from my website last year.

ID
This photo is captioned Clinohelea bimaculata in Manual of Afrotropical Diptera figure 34.14.

Moved
Moved from Clinohelea. This is male. The other is female.

I'm not totally certain of ID but there is no other species of Clinohelea these could be.

Moved
Moved from Forcipomyia.
Adding one other picture, but it might be a different individual.
This one's been replaced with a larger picture.

Ceratopogininae, possibly Clinohelea
As with the others, I don't think this is Forcipomyia. It resembles Clinohelea bimaculata. The front feet are probably needed for a firm ID.

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