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Started by, July 06, 2014, 04:35:51 AM

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I collected some strange pupal exuviae in July 1995 in Brouillard glacier (val d'Aosta, Italy). Please see the photographs attached to this and the following posts.

1st photo: thoracic horn

2nd photo of Brouillard Diamesa:
abdominal tergite IV

3rd photo of Brouillard Diamesa:
abdomen, dorsal

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