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Green midge with a little brown - Dicrotendipes - male - female

Green midge with a little brown - Dicrotendipes - Male Female
Pryor, Mayes County, Oklahoma, USA
June 7, 2013
Size: 2.9 mm

Moved

Intersex Dicrotendipes
This is an intersex Dicrotendipes. The condition is probably caused by a nematode parasite.

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