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Tipula sp. ?
Gansucha
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Posted on 06-05-2018 19:04
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Ukraine, Rivne region, on April 29.
Tipula varipennis ?
f25.ifotki.info/org/3599009c14f2a2326cd36973a0a5065c5c3492340355458.jpg
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Edited by Gansucha on 12-05-2019 23:10
 
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Tipula hortorum or Tipula nubeculosa ?
 
evi
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Posted on 13-05-2019 09:01
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Yes Tipula hortorum is good candidate. Antennas are not ringed. Nubeculosa antennas usually ringed.

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http://www.kolumbus.fi/esko.viitanen/index_e.htm
Gansucha
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Thank you, I also leaned to this version. Worried about the dark spot on the wing, which I do not see in the pictures in the determinant, and also the fact that the segments of antennas 3 and 4 look pale yellow ...
f25.ifotki.info/thumb/ac1dcbe53c1c238e132d93533af332525c3492340431150.jpg
 
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Worried about the dark spot on the wing, which I do not see in the pictures in the determinant, and also the fact that the segments of antennas 3 and 4 look pale yellow


You are right. Better candidate maybe Tipula scripta.

BR Esko
 
http://www.kolumbus.fi/esko.viitanen/index_e.htm
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T. scripta really works for these features, but she has long wings and there would be no visible segments of the abdomen. In addition, tergites have a yellowish color, and in this sample they are gray
 
evi
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she has long wings and there would be no visible segments of the abdomen.


You are right. Sorry I forgot that feature. So definitely not scripta.

BR Esko
 
http://www.kolumbus.fi/esko.viitanen/index_e.htm
Gansucha
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In any case, thanks for the help you are looking for.
 
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