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#1 2019-09-11 14:19:00

toshgallego
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Name: tony fergus
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cranefly mayby tibula sp

found in a coastal area of Morrison's Haven on 08/09/19. It was quite a large specimen and I couldn't get into position for some side shots. I've include the four shots I took in case of variations in the focusing that my help the ID
P.S. Just noticed the typo...it should have said "tipula"


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#2 2019-09-11 14:20:23

toshgallego
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Re: cranefly mayby tibula sp

Oh well....three shots then

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#3 2019-09-11 17:40:46

toshgallego
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Re: cranefly mayby tibula sp

I am gonna hazard a guess that it is a t. oleracea with no more than 13 antennal segments?

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