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Nephrotoma quadrifaria on a wet leaf
Nephrotoma quadrifaria on a wet leaf


Nephrotoma quadrifaria
Nephrotoma quadrifaria are a species in the order two-winged flies (Diptera) and the family crane flies (Tipulidae). They are found in Central and Southern Europe.
Nephrotoma quadrifaria
Nephrotoma quadrifaria
Crane fly - Nephrotoma quadrifaria
Crane fly - Nephrotoma quadrifaria
Nephrotoma quadrifaria prefer to live in meadows and bushes. The adults feed on water and nectar and the larvae live off plant matter.
Nephrotoma quadrifaria - side face
Nephrotoma quadrifaria - side face
Nephrotoma quadrifaria - Tiger cranefly
Nephrotoma quadrifaria - Tiger cranefly


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Nikon D3x, Nikon D300, Canon 50D
Image editing with Photoshop
1. Nephrotoma quadrifaria on a wet leaf
2. Nephrotoma quadrifaria
3. Crane fly - Nephrotoma quadrifaria
4. Nephrotoma quadrifaria - side face
5. Nephrotoma quadrifaria - Tiger cranefly
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