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Bibio varipes?, ♀♂ copulating - details added
eklans
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Posted on 05-01-2021 14:31
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This couple was found at Frankenhoehe Nature Park, too, 2020-04-24, and I've keyed it as Bibio varipes (brownish wings, male's black hair on thorax, small spurs on tibia III...).

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a female, 2020-05-03
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a male, 2020-05-05
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I see where you are going and it is clearly not reticulatus this time ....

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A more lateral view of the female 2020-05-03
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Detail showing a hind tibial spur and the stigma
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Detail showing the red pleura and the light haltere
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