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midge larvae (img +)

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midge larvae

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:smt038

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Lovely images! By the way, the genus is Corynoneura (Chironomidae, Orthocladiinae)

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Beautiful !

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thank you for comments and id (:
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Very nice pictures!

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Very nice pictures!

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Beautifull set :wink:

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thank you all (:

84 frames (:

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great photos. Last took 84 shots, then about three minutes.
I understand that the larva is dead or anesthetized;
The second hypothesis requires a specific chemical or just need a bit of alcohol.
greetings.
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Magnifique photos.
Cordialement Seb :shock:

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thank you (:
I understand that the larva is dead or anesthetized;
The second hypothesis requires a specific chemical or just need a bit of alcohol. greetings.
none of that. almost dead larvae and just a bit of luck. If you look closer you can see that the leg is a bit moved, and also guts were not still.
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:smt038 :smt038 :smt038

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Awesome!!! :o

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These are excellent.

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