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Tipula stigmatella is a species of cranefly.
Folly Farm is a traditionally managed working farm and nature reserve run by the Avon Wildlife Trust. It is located between Stowey, Clutton and Stanton Wick in the civil parish of Stowey in the English county of Somerset.
The Chioneinae are a subfamily of limoniid crane flies.
Charterhouse to Eashing is a 68.4-hectare (169-acre) biological Site of Special Scientific Interest west of Godalming in Surrey.
Glover's Wood is a 74.5-hectare (184-acre) biological Site of Special Scientific Interest east of Charlwood in Surrey. It is a Nature Conservation Review site, Grade 2.
Vann Lake and Ockley Woods is a 57.8-hectare (143-acre) biological Site of Special Scientific Interest south of Ockley in Surrey. Vann Lake is part of Vann Lake and Candy's Copse, a nature reserve managed by the Surrey Wildlife Trust.
Tipula is a very large insect genus in the fly family Tipulidae. They are commonly known as crane flies. Worldwide there are well over a thousand species.
The Pediciidae or hairy-eyed craneflies are a family of flies closely related to true crane flies, with about 500 species worldwide.
The Pediciinae are a subfamily of flies in the family Pediciidae, closely related to Tipulidae. There are about 450 species worldwide.
Ornithodes is a genus of hairy-eyed craneflies. Both known species are from North America:
Pedicia rivosa is a species of hairy-eyed cranefly in the family Pediciidae. It is found across most of Europe, but excluding the Iberian Peninsula. The subspecies P. r. mannheimsi is found in France and Germany, and some specimens from Scotland may also belong to this subspecies.
Tipula luna is a species of true cranefly.
Tipula maxima is a species of true cranefly.
The Cylindrotomidae or long-bodied craneflies are a family of crane flies. About 115 species in 9 genera occur worldwide.
The Cylindrotominae are a subfamily from the family Cylindrotomidae. These flies are closely related to true crane flies.
Tipula montium is a species of True Cranefly.
Tipula obsoleta is a species of cranefly.
Tipula variicornis is a species of cranefly.
Tipula vernalis is a species of cranefly found in the West Palaearctic.
Basilewsky's cranefly is an insect species. It was thought to be extinct for 50 years until 2016, when one landed on an entomologist driving a car in Saint Helena.
Seabrook Stream is a 24.1-hectare (60-acre) biological Site of Special Scientific Interest Kent.