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tipulid from decaying wood
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Posted on 25-02-2008 19:38
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who is good in tipulid larvae? Is it possible to identify something more from these three pictures?
taken yesrerday in warsaw, old oak log. (3 pictures)
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That's a really cute tipulid! Grin
Possibly Nephrotoma - but I would wait for confirmation from a tipulid specialist!
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Thank you Tony! By the way, what animal "back portrait" is is on your avatar? Are those "bue eyes" real?
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mwkozlowski wrote:
Thank you Tony! By the way, what animal "back portrait" is is on your avatar? Are those "bue eyes" real?

Unidentified tipulid. No photoshop - just as it was! Smile
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Posted on 06-03-2008 14:23
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Tony Irwin wrote:
mwkozlowski wrote:
Thank you Tony! By the way, what animal "back portrait" is is on your avatar? Are those "bue eyes" real?

Unidentified tipulid. No photoshop - just as it was! Smile


I like it!!! (as do my students!)
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