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Bibio ferruginatus = Bibio reticulatus male
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Posted on 11-07-2019 13:30
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male - May, 2018 - Berlin
i think that this is Bibio ferruginatus male.

i ask two favors:
1. confirm the species.
2. may i please have keys to palaearctic species with genitalia? anyone?
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It is very difficult to judge wing venation from picture, but based on this pic I’d say the posterior veins are tretty stripong, which would imply B. reticulatus.

Theo
 
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Posted on 11-07-2019 22:17
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interesting. I don't have that species in my list for Germany but my Wife has it in her list. I tried to deduce what it is from my list because i have no keys or descriptions. Anyway, Thank you for replying, Theo. I forgot that you also study Bibionidae.

I've added a dorsal shot if it helps. I have the specimen but i have not examined it. I don't have keys or drawings of genitalia so i try to avoid examination.

hopefully you can see what is necessary to confirm reticulatus. Otherwise, i can add microscopic photos when i get around to examining the specimen.
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Light can be very tricky on wing membrane, but defnitely looks like reticulatus !

Theo
 
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Thank you, Theo. I agree about the light. I think that the wing veins are much darker than my photo. I remember seeing it in natural light and it looked much darker and stronger. I will change the title.

I now understand that the reddish apex of the tibia eliminates ferruginatus. I have no keys but i found an old post here at diptera.info where you descrive ferruginatus. I now see that reticulatus is a prefect fit. Thank you very much.
John and Nini. Naturalists not experts.
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