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Eugen
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Posted on 22-05-2021 14:04
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Hello,

is a more detailed determination possible here? May be Bibio femoratus? Size approx. 10 - 12 mm, found on May 21, 21 in Germany, Northern Bavaria, on the house wall.

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It is not Bibio femoratus, which is a North American species. The similarly-named European Bibio femoralis flies earlier in the year.
 
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Hi Eugen, to be sure we would need a lateral view, but if it's really 10-12 mm: no idea. If it's smaller we have some characters for johannis: short head, eyes round... But it's more a guess without seeing the lateral view of thorax and abdomen.
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Hi John and Eric,

many thanks for your answers. Unfortunately i have no lateral views.

Greetings
Eugen
 
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