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Pupa of Tipula ?
Gitti
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Posted on 04-10-2018 21:14
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Hello,

I found this pupa in very dry grass in Courbiac-France the 1. october 2018.
And I think it is Tipula paludosa.

Can you confirm ?

Thanks for your help.
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Gitti
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Posted on 11-10-2018 18:02
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Nobody ? Frown
 
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Yes, I think nobodyFrown
Tipulidae pupa are difficult and requires a Microscope. The number of papers on European tipulidae pupa are scarce but I can recommend the one by theowald 1967. Please try it and let us know.
 
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Thank you atylotus Smile
 
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