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something similar to Tipula?
AliWi
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Posted on 27-05-2019 18:33
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Hello all,

again a fly from Germany, Lower Saxony.
26.05.2019, near Hannove,r open beech forest, around 2-3cm.
Thanks in advance for your help!

Best
Alex
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John Carr
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Posted on 27-05-2019 22:26
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Near Limonia, I don't know if it's been split out into a different genus.
 
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AliWi
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Posted on 11-06-2019 09:22
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Thanks a lot, John!
Cheers,
Alex
 
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