Thread subject: Diptera.info :: Tipulidae - male - Tipula (cf.) selene

Posted by Rosevinge15 on 08-03-2018 21:44
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South East Norway
28.02.2018
Indoors
About 18 mm.

Edited by Rosevinge15 on 26-03-2018 23:23

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Posted by clovis on 20-03-2018 00:34
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I have no idea, but looking really nice!
I'd look in the subgenus Lunatipula, although I don't know subgenus Lindnerina that look quite similar too.

Other pictures of the genitalia? (up, ventral and back)

Posted by piros on 20-03-2018 13:46
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To me, it looks quite like T. (Lunatipula) lunata.

Greetings,
Henrik

Posted by Rosevinge15 on 22-03-2018 00:17
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Thank you very much, Clovis and Henrik!

Rosevinge

Posted by evi on 25-03-2018 21:08
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To me it looks like T.selene. Thorax grey (lunata has yellow).
Possible ventral photo helps.

http://ccw.natura...h=740#7273

BR Esko

Posted by piros on 25-03-2018 22:15
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[quote]evi wrote:
To me it looks like T.selene. Thorax grey (lunata has yellow).
Possible ventral photo helps.



I am convinced... :)

Greetings,
Henrik

Posted by Rosevinge15 on 26-03-2018 23:23
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Thanks to BR Esko and Henrik! KM Olsen in Norway also writes that this is probably Tipula selene. Unfortunately, I do not have the fly anymore.

Rosevinge