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Tipulidae; SW Spain
Andre Burgers
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Tipulidae, Noviember 2018.


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Tipula obscuraventris?
 
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No. I think Tipula abdominalis How big is it?
 
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jfarr wrote:
No. I think Tipula abdominalis How big is it?


Sorry Jfarr but I don't remember. The only thing is that is wasn't nearly as big as a Tipula maxima.


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Tipula abdominalis is not Palaearctic...
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Just "sp." will be the wisest option. Smile

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Also, species of subgenus Nippotipula (to which abdominalis belongs) have conspicuous black spots with pale margins on the thorax.
 
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John Carr wrote:
Also, species of subgenus Nippotipula (to which abdominalis belongs) have conspicuous black spots with pale margins on the thorax.


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