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On this website you will find information about the terrestrial insect, Tipula submaculata or the crane fly.  This organism is part of the most dominant and most diverse group of animals on Earth, the Arthropods.  It is also part of the most diverse and abundant of all Arthropods, the Insecta.  Since there is so much diversity and so many different species, there is not a lot of information pertaining specifically to every single species.  In exploration of this website, you will find information about the crane flies, specifically Tipula submaculata when possible.  Information covered will include its habitat that it lives in, how it is classified, how it interacts with other organisms, and about its nutrition.

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