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A crane fly landed on a tree right in front of me as I was waking through the North Beach Natural Area. He has 6 legs, 2 wings and a brown and tan striped abdomen. This is an adult crane fly since it is very slender, and long-legged.

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Pretty sure this is a crane fly (family Tipulidae) but I don't know them well enough to get beyond that.

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Tipula paludosa - Photo (c) anonymous, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA)
lmcthe01's ID: Tipula paludosa, a member of Common Craneflies (Genus Tipula)
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Tipula paludosa - Photo (c) anonymous, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA)
lmcthe01's ID: Tipula paludosa, a member of Common Craneflies (Genus Tipula)
Tipula paludosa - Photo (c) anonymous, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA)
Community ID: Tipula paludosa, a member of Common Craneflies (Genus Tipula)
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