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#1 2019-05-29 11:12:17

colinleb
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Name: Colin Le Boutillier
From: Luton, Bedfordshire
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Cranefly for ID

Is this a female Dictenidia bimaculata please?  Beds wet woodland.  24 May 2019.  Had a false scorpion hanging on to front leg.


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#2 2019-05-29 18:09:49

johnkramer
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Re: Cranefly for ID

Yes, Colin.  I'd agree with that.
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#3 2019-05-29 18:23:27

colinleb
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Re: Cranefly for ID

Thank you John.

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#4 2019-06-04 17:47:30

KenMerrifield
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Re: Cranefly for ID

Alan Stubbs says that Dictenidia bimaculata could be new to Bedfordshire so details needed. Could be entered into iRecord for the Cranefly Recording Scheme.

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#5 2019-06-04 19:47:16

colinleb
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Re: Cranefly for ID

iRecord submitted Ken.  Flitwick Moor.  TL045350.  24 May 2019. On rotten birch stump.

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#6 2019-06-05 11:49:17

KenMerrifield
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Re: Cranefly for ID

colinleb wrote:

iRecord submitted Ken.  Flitwick Moor.  TL045350.  24 May 2019. On rotten birch stump.

Thanks (on behalf of Scheme Organisers)

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