|scientific name Tipula dejecta |
Possibly moist, humid habitats as found near the east coast or Great Lakes.
From late May to early June.
Grayish brown in color; head silvery grey, dark brown above with short rostrum (Doane 1901);palpi and antennae dark brown, palpi reaching a little beyond the base of the wings in males; halteres brownish yellow, knobs brown; tarsi and tips of femora and tibia and legs dark brown, femora yellowish (Doane 1901). Abdomen dull brown with back and side margins of each segment grayish; Wings clear, with a dark tinge that is darker closer to the head; an indistinct whitish space on the wing in front of thebrown stigma (Doane 1901). Length of male: 10mm, female: 12mm; wing span: 12mm.
Complete metamorphosis; no other information known.
It is not known if this species is threatened.
Michigan to Quebec south to Illinois and Virginia; possibly around the Great Lakes region (Stone 1965).
Information taken for this species from Doane (1901), under species name Tipula fumosa, but is the same species as T. dejecta (Stone et al. 1965 ).
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