Cricotopus salinophilus Zinchenko et al. 2009
Solved ;-). History of this specimen: former named Cricotopus-Orthocladius indet 2 but it is Cricotopus salinophilus Zinchenko et al. 2009.
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- premandible: 2+1 (apical+basal);
- seta S1: divided long;
- mentum: 1 median tooth, 6 lateral, submental setation (extremely) laterad;
- mandible: 3.5/4-1-0-0 (inner-apical-outer-surface), outer margin slightly engraved
- postoccipital margin: brown
- antenna: blade ratio=1
Head (specimen 1, 3rd? instar):
Head (specimen 1, 3rd instar):
Seta S1 is a little difficult to see because of the 3-dimensional shape, but it is divided and not a single seta. Please correct me if I'm off here.
Premandible (specimen 3)
It's more like a member of Orthocladius (Euorth.) or Orthocladius (Meso.) sp based on my experience on the mandible.
Might this be Cricotopus salinophilus? I'm not sure.
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