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Anopheles earlei? - Anopheles earlei

Anopheles earlei? - Anopheles earlei
Thompson Falls, Sanders County, Montana, USA
October 10, 2006

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Anopheles earlei? - Anopheles earlei Anopheles earlei? - Anopheles earlei

Moved
Moved from Mosquitoes.

 
earlei
Same with this one. I don't see the cream fringe scales on the tips of the wings. The spots look too dark for a quadrimaculatus though.

definitely
looks like it. the leg banding and dark patches on the wings make it happen. very very nice. Females of this species are important because they are the main transmitters of dog heartwrom where you are

 
Thanks Omar,
And I thought I didn't have to worry about heartworm here!

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