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Pipunculidae. >Pipunculus violovitshi
Pentti Ketola
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Hi,
Is it possible to tell the species of this male?
Photo 10 July 2016 in Kokkola Finland.

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This is a female. The sharp-tipped organ at tip of abdomen is an ovipositor.
 
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Thanks John!

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Pipunculus cf. varipes
 
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ValerioW wrote:
Pipunculus cf. varipes


Does not fly in Finland.

Could it be a female of Cephalops varipes?

http://www.discov...pg?206,135

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Pentti Ketola wrote:
ValerioW wrote:
Pipunculus cf. varipes


Does not fly in Finland.

Could it be a female of Cephalops varipes?

http://www.discov...pg?206,135

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Why not? For faunaeur.org it flies, and features are of Pipunculus
 
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This is a female Pipunculus varipes auct. nec Meigen, 1824. The currently accepted name being Pipunculus violovitshi Kuznetzov, 1991. Published Finnish records are from N and Ta.
 
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Thanks a lot!

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