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Tipula fascipennis
Sezima
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Posted on 15-01-2020 22:23
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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.

Thank you.

David
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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.
Best wishes, Niels-Jan Dek
 
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I agree
 
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Thank you! Now it makes sense.

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