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Chrysops relictus ID? -> Ch. nigripes
runetk
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Posted on 28-11-2021 20:26
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Is it possible to ID this? [My ref: RTK2021-D322C]
Location: North-Norway - Harstad - Storjorda-Gunnarvatnet
Habitat: 100m a.s.l. - Date: 06.07.2021 - collected.
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Chrysops relictus has yellowish or brownish tibiae, this is Ch. caecutiens.
 
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Thank you much appreciated. TumbsUp
-Rune
 
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In northern Norway, there are many more options. Like Ch. nigripes ( nomen est omen !). That’s what it is.

Theo
 
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Oh, in that case I am sorry for my mistake...
 
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Thank you Theo for clearing that out. TumbsUp
nigripes is nigripes in other word.
-Rune
 
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