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Marsh Cranefly - Tipula oleracea - male

Marsh Cranefly - Tipula oleracea - Male
Seattle, King County, Washington, USA
April 11, 2007
Size: body 27mm
I'm pretty sure it's the European Crane Fly. If I'm wrong,please let me know. Thanks.
I couldn't remember if the blunt abdomen means it's a male or not.

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Yes, blunt is
a male and this one is a male Tipula oleracea , the Marsh crane flies, one of the two introduced European crane flies.

 
Thank you
I've already changed the common name. Thanks again.

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