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Bibionidae: Bibio cf. johannis
KostasZontanos
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Posted on 07-04-2021 13:14
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Mount Chortiatis, Thessaloniki, Greece. April 4, 2021.
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Abalg
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Hello, I'm sure this specimen is a Bibionidae (short antennae and two long basal cells on the wing (c1, c2) of the same size, black pterostigma on the wing) and a male (really big eyes bigger than the head)

It's possibly Bibio johannis : no white hairs and red legs. But, be careful, I don't know species from Greece, only from France.

Have a good day
 
KostasZontanos
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Abalg wrote:
Hello, I'm sure this specimen is a Bibionidae (short antennae and two long basal cells on the wing (c1, c2) of the same size, black pterostigma on the wing) and a male (really big eyes bigger than the head)

It's possibly Bibio johannis : no white hairs and red legs. But, be careful, I don't know species from Greece, only from France.

Have a good day


Thank you!
Best regards
 
KostasZontanos
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Could it be Bibio femoralis?
 
Zeegers
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No, check the hind metatars. I agree with johannis. Legs can be very red in jihannis.

Theo
 
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Zeegers wrote:
No, check the hind metatars. I agree with johannis. Legs can be very red in jihannis.

Theo


Thank you!
 
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