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Bibio => B. varipes/johannis
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Posted on 08-06-2020 19:45
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8.6.20 in Jyväskylä, Finland
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THE SHORT answer is 'yes' .The hardly longer answer is 'female' .

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Yes I know Theo Wink
But I'm searching the species, nigriventris or varipes.

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I am saying, females Bibio are pretty hopeless.

That said, this is definitely NOT nugriventris and it might very sell be reticulatus. Look at the wing venation.

Theo
 
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Thanks Theo
B. reticulatus exist not in Finland. I think that this is really hopeless.Frown

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In that case, it is in the varipes / lanigerus / johannis complex, which is very diffi ult. Check a recent thread by Sundew.

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In that case, it is in the varipes / lanigerus / johannis complex, which is very diffi ult. Check a recent thread by Sundew.

Theo
 
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Lanicerus lacks also in Finland.
So B. varipes/johannis

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