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Macropelopia nebulosa ?
Benjamin BLONDEL
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Posted on 09-03-2024 13:20
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Hello,

Could you please help me to identify with these pictures ?

Maybe Macropelopia nebulosa ?

Found yesterday at Saint-Quentin-en-Tourmont (Somme, France)

Thanks !
 
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Tanypodinae. I don't know species. The wing pattern of your fly does resemble M. nebulosa.
Edited by John Carr on 09-03-2024 14:39
 
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OK thanks !

Can someone confirm M. nebulosa or is it not possible with this picture ?
 
Tony Irwin
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I would agree that M. nebulosa is the most likely species
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OK thanks for your answer
 
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