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Tabanidae ID. > Male Hybomitra nitidifrons confiformis
Pentti Ketola
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Hi!
Photo on Finland Kokkola 22 May 2019.
Is it possible to get species for that male?


Thanks for help.
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Indication of size ?

I guess, palpus not visible ?

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Size 22-25mm.
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OK, it is big (though dry probalby 18 mm)
Palpus is very stout. Hence: male Hybomitra confiformis (stat. rev. previously subsp. of nitidifrons).

Typical “taiga”: species ( no idea how you call that in Finnish)

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Thank you very much!

Same; https://diptera.i...;pid=98134
 
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