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Purse-web Spider (Atypus affinis) catching cranefly showing fangs penetrating purse-web, England  -  Stephen Dalton
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00452861 Purse-web Spider (Atypus affinis) catching cranefly showing fangs penetrating purse-web, England© Stephen Dalton
Remains of a cranefly entangled in the sticky leaves of a Cape sundew (Drosera capensis)  -  Chris Mattison/ npl
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90674270 Remains of a cranefly entangled in the sticky leaves of a Cape sundew (Drosera capensis)© Chris Mattison / NPL
Cranefly (Tipula oleracea) adult, resting on stem, covered in dew at sunrise, Elmley N.N.R., Isle of Sheppey, Kent, England, October  -  Robert Canis/ FLPA
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80179448 Cranefly (Tipula oleracea) adult, resting on stem, covered in dew at sunrise, Elmley N.N.R., Isle of Sheppey, Kent, England, October© Robert Canis / FLPA
Tiger cranefly (Nephrotoma submaculosa) female. a mainly coastal, sandy habitat species, resting on heather, Dorset heathland, UK, May.
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90856179 Tiger cranefly (Nephrotoma submaculosa) female. a mainly coastal, sandy habitat species, resting on heather, Dorset heathland, UK, May.©
Crane fly (Tipula oleracea) adult on meadow grass during a hatching cycle, Devon, England, UK, June
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90837711 Crane fly (Tipula oleracea) adult on meadow grass during a hatching cycle, Devon, England, UK, June© Nigel Cattlin
Unidentified comb jelly (Ctenophora) Balayan Bay, off Anilao, Batangas, Philippines, Pacific Ocean
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90836286 Unidentified comb jelly (Ctenophora) Balayan Bay, off Anilao, Batangas, Philippines, Pacific Ocean© Magnus Lundgren
Cranefly (Tipula lateralis) male, of a distinctively patterned early spring semi-aquatic species, resting on a mat of algae in a garden pond, Wiltshire, UK, April.
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90834303 Cranefly (Tipula lateralis) male, of a distinctively patterned early spring semi-aquatic species, resting on a mat of algae in a garden pond, Wiltshire, UK, April.© Nick Upton
Cranefly (Tipula lateralis) male, of a distinctively patterned early spring semi-aquatic species, resting on a mat of algae in a garden pond, Wiltshire, UK, April.
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90834302 Cranefly (Tipula lateralis) male, of a distinctively patterned early spring semi-aquatic species, resting on a mat of algae in a garden pond, Wiltshire, UK, April.© Nick Upton
Cranefly (Tipula lateralis) female, of a distinctively patterned early spring semi-aquatic species, laying eggs in a garden pond, Wiltshire, UK, April.
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90834301 Cranefly (Tipula lateralis) female, of a distinctively patterned early spring semi-aquatic species, laying eggs in a garden pond, Wiltshire, UK, April.© Nick Upton
Cranefly (Tipula lateralis) female, of a distinctively patterned early spring semi-aquatic species, laying eggs in a garden pond, Wiltshire, UK, April.
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90834300 Cranefly (Tipula lateralis) female, of a distinctively patterned early spring semi-aquatic species, laying eggs in a garden pond, Wiltshire, UK, April.© Nick Upton
Cranefly (Tipuls lateralis) Sutcliffe Park Nature Reserve, Eltham, London, England, UK. June
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90828949 Cranefly (Tipuls lateralis) Sutcliffe Park Nature Reserve, Eltham, London, England, UK. June© Rod Williams
Male Common European Crane fly / Daddy long legs (Tipula paludosa) recently emerged and resting on Goose grass / Cleavers (Galium aparine) by a pond, Suffolk, UK, May.
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90820888 Male Common European Crane fly / Daddy long legs (Tipula paludosa) recently emerged and resting on Goose grass / Cleavers (Galium aparine) by a pond, Suffolk, UK, May.© Nick Upton
Rook (Corvus frugilegus) with leatherjacket (Tipulidae) extracted from the ground by probing coastal grassland with its beak, Cornwall, UK, April.
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90820828 Rook (Corvus frugilegus) with leatherjacket (Tipulidae) extracted from the ground by probing coastal grassland with its beak, Cornwall, UK, April.© Nick Upton
Marsh crane fly (Tipula oleracea) larva / leatherjacket attacking cereal plant, Wheat (Triticum aestivum), at soil level.
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90818884 Marsh crane fly (Tipula oleracea) larva / leatherjacket attacking cereal plant, Wheat (Triticum aestivum), at soil level.© Nigel Cattlin
Limonid cranefly (Gnophomyia viridipennis) a nationally scarce fly of ancient woodland standing on the bark of a recently logged Poplar tree. Grubs of this species feed comunally on fungi under the ba...
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90803377 Limonid cranefly (Gnophomyia viridipennis) a nationally scarce fly of ancient woodland standing on the bark of a recently logged Poplar tree. Grubs of this species feed comunally on fungi under the ba...© Nick Upton
Limonid cranefly (Gnophomyia viridipennis) a nationally scarce fly of ancient woodland standing on the bark of a recently logged Poplar tree. Grubs of this species feed comunally on fungi under the ba...
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90803376 Limonid cranefly (Gnophomyia viridipennis) a nationally scarce fly of ancient woodland standing on the bark of a recently logged Poplar tree. Grubs of this species feed comunally on fungi under the ba...© Nick Upton
Crane fly larva (Tipula sp.), Europe, November, controlled conditions
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90797206 Crane fly larva (Tipula sp.), Europe, November, controlled conditions© Jan Hamrsky
Crane fly larva (Tipula sp.), Europe, November, controlled conditions
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90797205 Crane fly larva (Tipula sp.), Europe, November, controlled conditions© Jan Hamrsky
Crane fly larva (Tipula sp.), Europe, November, controlled conditions
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90797204 Crane fly larva (Tipula sp.), Europe, November, controlled conditions© Jan Hamrsky
Crane fly larva (Tipula sp.), Europe, November, controlled conditions
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90797203 Crane fly larva (Tipula sp.), Europe, November, controlled conditions© Jan Hamrsky
Crane fly larva (Tipula sp.), Europe, November, controlled conditions
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90797202 Crane fly larva (Tipula sp.), Europe, November, controlled conditions© Jan Hamrsky
Common European crane fly / Daddy long legs (Tipula paludosa) recently emerged female resting on grass, Wiltshire, UK, September.
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90786075 Common European crane fly / Daddy long legs (Tipula paludosa) recently emerged female resting on grass, Wiltshire, UK, September.© Nick Upton
Common European crane fly / Daddy long legs (Tipula paludosa) recently emerged female resting on grass, Wiltshire, UK, September.
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90786074 Common European crane fly / Daddy long legs (Tipula paludosa) recently emerged female resting on grass, Wiltshire, UK, September.© Nick Upton
Common European crane fly / Daddy long legs (Tipula paludosa) portrait, recently emerged, resting on grass, Wiltshire, UK, September.
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90786073 Common European crane fly / Daddy long legs (Tipula paludosa) portrait, recently emerged, resting on grass, Wiltshire, UK, September.© Nick Upton
Cranefly (Ctenophora pectincornis) on Hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna), ancient semi-natural woodland, Herefordshire Plateau, England.
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90783427 Cranefly (Ctenophora pectincornis) on Hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna), ancient semi-natural woodland, Herefordshire Plateau, England.© Will Watson
Magnolia green jumping spider (Lyssomanes viridis) with cranefly prey, Peru.
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90782088 Magnolia green jumping spider (Lyssomanes viridis) with cranefly prey, Peru.© Emanuele Biggi
Magnolia green jumping spider (Lyssomanes viridis) with cranefly prey, Peru.
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90782087 Magnolia green jumping spider (Lyssomanes viridis) with cranefly prey, Peru.© Emanuele Biggi
Magnolia green jumping spider (Lyssomanes viridis) with cranefly prey, Peru.
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90782086 Magnolia green jumping spider (Lyssomanes viridis) with cranefly prey, Peru.© Emanuele Biggi
Cranefly (Idioptera linnei) Klein Schietveld, Brasschaat, Belgium, May.
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90775042 Cranefly (Idioptera linnei) Klein Schietveld, Brasschaat, Belgium, May.© Bernard Castelein
Crane Fly (Tipula sp.) sitting on branch covered with dew, Germany.
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90764274 Crane Fly (Tipula sp.) sitting on branch covered with dew, Germany.© Ingo Arndt
European stonechat (Saxicola torquatus) landing on twig, with wings outstretched and cranefly prey, Vosges, France
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90759594 European stonechat (Saxicola torquatus) landing on twig, with wings outstretched and cranefly prey, Vosges, France© Fabrice Cahez
Crane fly (Ctenophora ornata), Mechtersheim, Pfalz, Germany. July. Meetyourneighbours.net project
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90754215 Crane fly (Ctenophora ornata), Mechtersheim, Pfalz, Germany. July. Meetyourneighbours.net project© MYN / Dirk Funhoff
Crane fly (Ctenophora ornata), Mechtersheim, Pfalz, Germany. July. Meetyourneighbours.net project
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90754214 Crane fly (Ctenophora ornata), Mechtersheim, Pfalz, Germany. July. Meetyourneighbours.net project© MYN / Dirk Funhoff
Craneflies (Tipula vernalis) mating pair, Brockley Cemetery, Lewisham, London, UK May
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90749567 Craneflies (Tipula vernalis) mating pair, Brockley Cemetery, Lewisham, London, UK May© Rod Williams
Crane fly (Tipulidae) on Bamboo stem (Phyllostachys heterocycla), Shunan Bamboo Sea, Shunan Zhuhai National Park, Sichuan, China
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90746489 Crane fly (Tipulidae) on Bamboo stem (Phyllostachys heterocycla), Shunan Bamboo Sea, Shunan Zhuhai National Park, Sichuan, China© Ingo Arndt
Spotted cranefly (Nephrotoma appendiculata)  warming up on a path, Brockley Cemetery, Lewisham, London, UK.  September
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90735803 Spotted cranefly (Nephrotoma appendiculata) warming up on a path, Brockley Cemetery, Lewisham, London, UK. September© Rod Williams
Cranefly (Tipula paludosa) female,  Brockley Cemetery, Lewisham, London. May.
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90734342 Cranefly (Tipula paludosa) female, Brockley Cemetery, Lewisham, London. May.© Rod Williams
Cranefly (Tipula paludosa) female, Brockley Cemetery, Lewisham, London, UK September
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90730316 Cranefly (Tipula paludosa) female, Brockley Cemetery, Lewisham, London, UK September© Rod Williams
Amphipod travelling on sea gooseberry (Ctenophora) Browning Pass, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. North East Pacific Ocean.
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90730200 Amphipod travelling on sea gooseberry (Ctenophora) Browning Pass, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. North East Pacific Ocean.© Alex Mustard
Phantom cranefly pair (Ptychoptera contaminata) mating on a reed leaf by a freshwater pond, Wiltshire, UK, June.
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90726977 Phantom cranefly pair (Ptychoptera contaminata) mating on a reed leaf by a freshwater pond, Wiltshire, UK, June.© Nick Upton
Collection of  flying insects, including many moths, killed by accident during summer months when attracted to a  lamp,  Norway
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90725100 Collection of flying insects, including many moths, killed by accident during summer months when attracted to a lamp, Norway© Pal Hermansen
Crane fly / Daddy long legs (Tipula paludosa) female covered in morning dew. Peak DIstrict National Park, Derbyshire, UK. September. Winner of the Hidden Britain Category of the BWPA Awards 2015.
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90722976 Crane fly / Daddy long legs (Tipula paludosa) female covered in morning dew. Peak DIstrict National Park, Derbyshire, UK. September. Winner of the Hidden Britain Category of the BWPA Awards 2015.© Alex Hyde
Cranefly (Tipulidae) Scotland, UK, June.
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90707315 Cranefly (Tipulidae) Scotland, UK, June.© MYN / Niall Benvie
African lion (Panthera leo) female, captive in Rabat Zoo, Morocco. Likely to be the Barbary lion (Panthera leo leo) subspecies which is now extinct in the wild.
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90702039 African lion (Panthera leo) female, captive in Rabat Zoo, Morocco. Likely to be the Barbary lion (Panthera leo leo) subspecies which is now extinct in the wild.© Dave Watts
African lion (Panthera leo) male, captive in Rabat Zoo, Morocco. Likely to be the Barbary lion (Panthera leo leo) subspecies which is now extinct in the wild.
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90702037 African lion (Panthera leo) male, captive in Rabat Zoo, Morocco. Likely to be the Barbary lion (Panthera leo leo) subspecies which is now extinct in the wild.© Dave Watts
Wood Nuthatch (Sitta europaea) feeding on a cranefly, Hanko, Finland  -  Markus Varesvuo/ npl
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00422403 Wood Nuthatch (Sitta europaea) feeding on a cranefly, Hanko, Finland© Markus Varesvuo/ npl
Red Spider Mite pair on thorax of Short palped cranefly, United Kingdom  -  Kim Taylor/ npl
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00416163 Red Spider Mite pair on thorax of Short palped cranefly, United Kingdom© Kim Taylor/ npl
Cranefly (Tipulidae sp) adult, Idle Valley Nature Reserve, Nottinghamshire, England, May  -  Jack Perks/ FLPA
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80176613 Cranefly (Tipulidae sp) adult, Idle Valley Nature Reserve, Nottinghamshire, England, May© Jack Perks / FLPA
Crane-Fly sp Larva, Leatherjacket  -  David Hosking/ FLPA
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80140016 Crane-Fly sp Larva, Leatherjacket© David Hosking / FLPA
Leatherjacket / Crane Fly larva (Tipula sp) feeding on the roots of mature lawn grass.
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90799916 Leatherjacket / Crane Fly larva (Tipula sp) feeding on the roots of mature lawn grass.© Nigel Cattlin
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