Crane Fly (Tipulomorpha) Photo Gallery

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Tipulomorpha is an 'intra-order'
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McIntosh trail
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Male on Ox-eye Daisy. Wind west 54; rain; low 15; high 28.
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Jacy Lucier
Wind west 48; wet; low 7; high 28.
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Wind west 33; very wet; low 8; high 17.
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Jacy Lucier
Wind west 33; very wet; low 8; high 17
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Jacy Lucier
Wind west 57; low 6; high 18
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Jacy Lucier
Wind east gusting to 61; low 12; high 27.
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Jacy Lucier
Wind east 46; low 6; high 24.
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Jacy Lucier
Wind west 20; low 4; high 20.
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Jacy Lucier
On Hepatica. Wind west 15; low 1; high 12.
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Wind west 30 km/h; low 17; high 26
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Jacy Lucier
Not sure of genus or species, sticking with the family level of ID
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It's a honey bee mimic.
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Distinguished bristles (heavy black setae) on body and shiny light brown abdomen. Similar looking tachinid fly has longer mouth parts Adejeania vexatrix.
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Very bright orange abdomen
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Common around here.
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Saw these two attached to one another, must be mating. Very slow and clumsy fliers, seem to drift on the wind as much as fly.
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