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Nikita Vikhrev
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Posted on 22-10-2005 13:49
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Looks for me rather Campsicnemus than Dolichopus.
Size and acting as C. scambus.
I even can't understand are dark wing resalt of light or low temp, or it is realy darkwinged Dolichopodidae.
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Dear Nikita... catch it, pin it or put it in alcohol and send it to a specialist Smile
 
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I think a Campsicnemus. Kahis?
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Paul Beuk wrote:
I think a Campsicnemus. Kahis?


C. curvipes, female.

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Thank you Andre, Paul and Jere.
Jere, some of your reply shock me. How it is possible!
C. curvipes - than wings is realy dark.
Female - than I have a male too (added).
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This male belongs to C. scambus. You can see the unique black, enlargened mid tibia even from this point of view.

There is some intraspecific variation of the wing colour in this genus.
Edited by Kahis on 22-10-2005 16:24
 
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Thank you Kahis, I hope I understand.
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