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Hairy bibio ID? -> Bibio reticulatus
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Posted on 30-04-2020 15:44
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Denmark - forest near Copenhagen. Mostly beech.
April 28th.
Thanks in advance!
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Well spotted. Male Bibio reticulatus. This species occurs in lush forests and forest-edges, agreeing with your Beech forest.
Strong venation in wing is distinctive, shared only with venosus.

Theo
 
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Wow - seems to be unknown from Denmark: https://fauna-eu.org/cdm_dataportal/taxon/bbc1eed1-3f50-40b4-a310-1d848e873300
So that was indeed unexpected!

Found in forest-edge.

Thank you very much, Theo!
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Really, surprise ! Still, pretty hard to make a mistake here.

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Weel, it is also not mentioned for NL, where it has been known for over a century. So I won’t get too excited: this family is not the best covered in fauna-eu, apparently.

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