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Metalimnobia quadrimaculata? yes. Thank you Niels-Jan
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Posted on 13-08-2019 14:51
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Berlin - June 2018

Hello everyone,

I think that this is Limoniidae but i don't know much about them. I tried to find a genus and i see photos of a very similar species named Metalimnobia quadrimaculata. I wonder if this could be Metalimnobia? i don't think that other Metalimnobia match outside of Metalimnobia quadrimaculata. So is this correct?

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You are right John, it is the female of Metalimnobia quadrimaculata.
Best wishes, Niels-Jan Dek
 
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Hello Niels-Jan,

Thank you for taking time to reply. I appreciate you very much.

Lucky guess for me Smile I tried to look at each genus and this one seems closest but i don't know much about them. I am happy to have an id for this one. I can learn from it, as i always do when i have a specimen.

i'll try to post better photos. i have over one million nature photos and not so much time to organize them. I usually just pick a photo and crop it for a post. I will start adding better photos once i can get these photos organized. I think that forgot to remove the extension tubes until the last few photos and the measurement. My apologies for the zoom and unfocused photo selection.

Best wishes,
John
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