A new species of long-palped crane fly, Tipula (Vestiplex) dhalma, is described and illustrated from adult specimens collected in the Primorskiy Kray of the Far Eastern Federal District of Russia. This new species is most similar to T. (V.) scripta scripta Meigen, 1830 and other species of “scripta” complex, based on antennal and male and female genitalic structures, but differs in several features including the morphology of the male ninth tergum, structure of female hypovalvae and wing pattern.
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