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Tipula fascipennis
Sezima
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Posted on 15-01-2020 21:23
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Good evening everybody,

this specimen is probably Tipula sp., however, is it possible to determine also the species from the photo?

Taken on 23 June 2019, Southern Bohemia, Czech republic.

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Tipula perreti
 
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Thank you, but does such a species exists? I cannot find it anywhere...

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There is a Tipula (Vestiplex) perretti, but that is a nearctic species, not occurring in Europe as far as I know
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Check the female of Tipula fascipennis.
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I agree
 
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Thank you! Now it makes sense.

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