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Bibio nigriventris?--> Bibio longipes?
janoves
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Posted on 30-09-2019 13:53
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Is this a Bibio nigriventris? Norway 28.sept. 2019
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Zeegers
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Posted on 30-09-2019 19:21
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No. Female nigriventris has dark wing, moreover it is a spring species.
This looks like Bibio longipes, though I cannot rule out clavipes.

Theo
 
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Posted on 30-09-2019 19:22
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No. Female nigriventris has dark wing, moreover it is a spring species.
This looks like Bibio longipes, though I cannot rule out clavipes.

Theo
 
janoves
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Thank you Theo
 
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