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Mosquitoe or Midge ? - Planetella - male

Mosquitoe or Midge ? - Planetella - Male
N47.630278° W52.687382° (WGS84), Logy Bay, Northeast Avalon, Newfoundland/Labrador, Canada
May 14, 2012
Size: 5 mm head to wing tips.

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Mosquitoe or Midge ? - Planetella Mosquitoe or Midge ? - Planetella - male Mosquitoe or Midge ? - Planetella

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Gall midge
This is definetly a male gall midge (Cecidomyiidae) and has at least 15 flagellomeres. Cannot tell the genus unless its slide mounted.

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