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Bibionidae --> Bibio reticulatus
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Posted on 09-04-2024 14:33
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Hi,
At ligth.
Bibio anglicus ?
Cuise-La-Motte (Northen France) - 7 mm - 05-04-2024
Many thanks.
Michel
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Nobody ?
 
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Sorry, but we could do with better pictures

- front leg ?
- are the veins really so pronounced or is this a trick of light ?

Theo
 
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Hi, Theo,
Sorry, no more photos and I released it ...
- are the veins really so pronounced --> yes
Best whishes.
Michel
 
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It is either venosus or reticulatus and from what I an see from the front tibia .... likely venosus.

Which is pretty rare.
 
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I'd vote for B. reticulatus:

Hind tibiae and tarsi of B. venosus are not thickened. See:
https://diptera.i..._id=100668
Greetings, Eric Kloeckner
 
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A new species for my garden !
Many thanks.
Michel
 
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Yeap, that is pretty different. Well spotted.
Extremely early for reticulatus (but would be as well for venosus).


Theo
 
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Early, sure ...
Two weeks ago, dozens of Melontha melontha in the garden.
Usuallually, it's in May !Shock
Best whishes.
Michel
 
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bertrandpami wrote:
Early, sure ...
Two weeks ago, dozens of Melontha melontha in the garden.
Usuallually, it's in May !:o
Best whishes.
Michel


In America the scarab beetles of spring bring parasitic Tachinidae attracted to light.
 
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