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Posted on 29-04-2012 22:30

Location: Northern Germany
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Found the day before yesterday at the N German Baltic Sea Coast, close to water.
Which Tipula?
Chris attached the following image:

Edited by Chris on 29-04-2012 22:34
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Posted on 30-04-2012 08:19
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Probably a female Tipula lateralis.
Best wishes, Niels-Jan Dek
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Posted on 30-04-2012 08:35

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Tipula lateralis f - thanks Niels-Jan
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29.09.15 09:12
For Idiohelina, 3 Malloch's papers, Exotic Muscaridae III, XV, and XXXV

22.09.15 11:34
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18.09.15 17:42
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18.09.15 11:57
Sounds like it might be. Do sites that 'say not' state that they do feed or don't they mention anything?

14.09.15 20:42
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30.08.15 16:23
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29.08.15 15:14
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28.08.15 22:58
I'm searching a Muscidae pdf for the New Zealand fauna (Idiohelina genus), I hope someone can help me with a link, thanks in advance!

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21.08.15 14:52
Send a PM to Gunnar. Wink

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