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Pachyneura fasciata (Pachyneuridae). (was Tipuloidea?)
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Is it possible to tell Family and genus and eventually spieces of this pair?
Photo from 4 June 2019 Frånöbodarna 62 N, E 17 Ångermanland, Sweden.

Thanks for your help in advance

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Pachyneura fasciata (Pachyneuridae). Did you collect any?
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Thanks for your great help Paul

As usual I did not cullect any and if I had known how rare (second modern find in Sweden) this are I would never hav tried to collect it.
Kurt Holmqvist
 
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