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Tipulid with very short wings
Juergen Peters
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Posted on 29-10-2005 20:52
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Hello!

This Tipulid with the size of a smaller Tipula rested on our house's wall (Ostwestfalen/Germany) yesterday. Its wings were very short. Is that a malformation or are there species with such brachypterid females?
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Kahis
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Posted on 30-10-2005 14:41
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There are some brachypterous Tipulids, but I think this one's teneral (very recently hatched).
 
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Juergen Peters
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Hello, Kahis!

Kahis wrote:
There are some brachypterous Tipulids, but I think this one's teneral (very recently hatched).


Oh! I didn't remember that possibility. Thanks!
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