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Little Limoniidae --> Molophilus
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Posted on 22-05-2021 18:22
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Hi,
Yesterday in forest (Cuise-La-Motte - Northen France).
I hope it's the good family.
Possibly better than family ?
Many thanks.
Michel
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I have an impression of Molophilus but I can't make out the wing veins clearly enough. In Molophilus vein Rs splits into R2+3 and R4+5. In most relatives it splits into R2+3+4 and R5.
 
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Is it better with that ?
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Molophilus
 
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Many thanks and best whishes.
Michel
 
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