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Dolichopodidae? -> Campsicnemus umbripennis
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Posted on 13-02-2019 03:10
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Hello,
is it a Dolichopodidae? I can't find any with those long wings, this relatively protruding "snout", etc. (French Riviera, 04/02/2019, length (with wings), 5,5mm).
Thanks in advance.

www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos223/temp/39.jpg
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Igor Grichanov
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Female of Campsicnemus umbripennis?
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Despite the long wings, I had put aside Campsicnemus because of the postpedicel, looking rounded, but it was certainly misleading.
Thank you Mr Grichanov!
 
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Keep in mind that Campsicnemus females have short and rounded postpedicel.
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@Paul Beuk Thanks mate!! Best wishes!

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