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Bibio spec.
AliWi
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Posted on 10-05-2021 16:00
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Dear all,
I found tese roughly 1cm small Bibio flys
on 09.05.2021 near Steinhuder Meer,
Lower Saxony along a sandy rodside.
Could it be Bibio marci?
Thanks in advance.
Best wishes
Alex
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eklans
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Posted on 10-05-2021 19:05
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Hi Alex, it's not the black B. marci, I think, but I'm unable to tell the species from the photo. Do you have anther on to show the colour of the hairs on at least on thorax?

Greetings, Eric
 
AliWi
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Posted on 16-05-2021 19:54
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I´v tried to change the image slightly, so maybe one can see the hair better now. I I found another view. Hope this helps.
Thanks a lot.
best
Alex
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the other view
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eklans
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Posted on 17-05-2021 09:07
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Hi Alex, the hairs seem to be not black. Together with the orange legs, the brownish wings and the length of metatarsus III being approx. 3 x width I thinks it may be Bibio cf. lanigerus.

Greetings, Eric
 
AliWi
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Posted on 23-05-2021 21:33
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Thanks, Eric!

Regards,
Alex
 
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