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Nephrotoma male "wasp waist" => Nephrotoma quadrifaria
eklans
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Posted on 03-12-2019 19:08
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Hi, found this male in my garden (Middle Franconia near deciduous forest) on 20190703 and I cannot find a similar one with "wasp waist"...
Any help is highly appreciated!

Thanks, Eric
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Nephrotoma quadrifaria, wing is typical
 
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Thank you very much, clovis!
Have you ever seen a similar deformation of the abdomen? Is it perhaps caused by a parsitoid?

Regards, Eric
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It is gravid or their are bacterial spores which are mutualistic in them.
 
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A gravid male...?
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well.the male is only w/ bacteria.I I have Id'dmany tipuloidea and they have that condition.
 
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