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Trichoceridae?
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and the other split
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Perhaps, or Tipulidae
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Tipulidae.That is a rare fossil most Tipulidae fossils are in amber and very scarce.
 
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Wing is more similar to Tanyderidae than Tipulidae.
 
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Then Probably Tanyderidae because Tipuild fossils not in amber are very rare
 
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