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Bibionidae: Bibio johannis ♀ ? --> It's a different Bibionidae.
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Posted on 19-02-2015 17:05
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Northern Germany, Hamburg, Schnaakenmoor, between a mixed forest and moorland, at a wooden barrier, Outsidefoto: kuv, 25th of April 2014. Is my ID ok?
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Please one more chance ...
Greetings Kuv
 
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The wing is smoky, that does not fit johannis. Moreover, the spur of tibia 1 seems elongated. If so, it is the female of leucopterus.

Theo
 
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Woooow, thank you Theo Smile
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Bibio leucopterus females have dark legs, so a different species, but not sure whether there are other species in mainland Europe.

Ian
 
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Yes, I realized that as well ! mSo the spur just looks elongated, hence I used ‘seems’.
I don’t think this is johannis, due to the darkened wing (unless that is a trick of the light as well). And I don’t want to start a guessing game on other options.

Theo
 
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Ok and thank's Ian and Theo.
So I change headline.
Greetings Kuv
 
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