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Tipulidae and Ptychopteridae ID
Bart Napierala
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Hello, I'd like to ask for help in identifying the Tipulidae and Ptychopteridae species in the following pictures. All the pictures were taken in two gardens, in Poland, Greater Poland Voivodeship, between 2012 and 2020. Thank you!

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Three or more species of Tipula, one Nephrotoma, one Tanyptera atrata, two pictures of (?the same species of) Ptychoptera.
Please use one thread for one species, at least next time..
 
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Thank you Jan for your response!

It's my first post on this forum, my apologies. Would you mind matching the species and the genius you recognised to the numbers, please? I am not quite familiar with Diptera yet. Thank you!
 
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First five pictures are Tipula, then one Nephrotoma, one Ptychoptera, the seventh is again Tipula, then Tanyptera and the last is Ptychoptera.
Specialists would be able to say more.
 
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The Ptychoptera are all Ptychoptera contaminata.
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Thank you very much Jan and Paul for your help!

I was wondering if anyone on this forum is specialising in Tipulidae? I am sorry for being annoying, I am just very curious about what live in our backyard Wink

Regards!
 
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