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Bibio johannis or lanigerus? => B. lanigerus
Ingrid Altmann
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Posted on 08-05-2019 14:45
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Hello,
is it possible to distinguish the two species with the images?

Data:
7 mm
edge of the forest,
7.5.2019, near Furth im Wald, Bavaria, Germany.

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Johannis is totally black haired. So this is lanigerus.


Theo
 
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Thank you very much Theo.
 
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