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Dolichopus sp (cf), Dolichopodidae, Jul 14, Murau, Austria
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Posted on 22-11-2021 12:18
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Is this a female Dolichopus, despite the relatively long legs?
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Another view. I really hope that these two images belong to the same animal, as this area was quite full of different Dolichopodids.
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Gymnopternus (?).
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Another individual from the same date and location, I assume this is the same species.
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Lateral view.
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Dolichopus ungulatus, different from the 1st species.
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Thanks. Fully possible, there were so many different Dolichopodids, that sometimes it is difficult to know which photo belongs to which individual.
Edited by Xespok on 25-11-2021 17:42
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