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Lispe? -> Lispe cf. loewi
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Russia, Rostov on Don, 7mm. river. 11 october
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Yes, Lispe. The lower image seems to be L. tentaculata, while the upper one is interesting: L. loewi. Any more images?
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Увы, фоток больше нет. Всего два раза снял, думал, что тентакулата, но при рассмотрении фотографии засомневался. Ноги странноватые.
 
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OK.
Я заканчиваю статью Лиспе Палеарктики, есть 2 вопроса:
1. Can I use this image? (I need your name/surname to refer)
2. Could you give me coordinates of locality, I publish this record (by photo)?
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1. Можно непосредственно мне: nikita6510@ya.ru
2. By the way L. tentaculata is male, while L. loewi female.
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Да, Нмкмта, можете использовать. 47.288018, 39.693267 - координаты гугла, автор фото - Паламарчук Юрий. Сейчас еще фото другой Lispe размещу с того же места
 
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11 октября, 7-8 мм, около реки Темерник, предположительно Lispe melaleuca
47.286020, 39.695139
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1. Thank you, Yury: RUSSIA: Rostov reg., Postov-on-Don, 47.288°N 39.693°E, 11.10.2019, Yu. Palamarchuk, 1♀ (by photo).
2. L. loewi not with "?". I'm sure.
3. 3-rd image - Dolichopidid.
4. 4th and 5th images resemble L. melaleuca, but actually it is very dark male of L. tentaculata
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bgmot wrote:
11 октября, 7-8 мм, около реки Темерник, предположительно Lispe melaleuca
47.286020, 39.695139


The Dolichopididae may be Tachytrechus -- face constricted below antennae and extending below eyes.
 
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Thanks, John! Thank you, Nikita! With Dolichopidid, I overlooked when Lispe took her place. It seemed that I was shooting one object. Smile
 
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