Are crane flies venomous?

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Crane flies are non-venomous and non-biting .It is a common myth that the daddy long-legs would be the most poisonous animal if only it knew how to use its poison, but this is false. There are 300 species in Britain with the commonest being the entirely harmless, if annoying, Tipula Paludosa. They are completely harmless and only live for around three days as adults.
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Adult crane flies tend to feed on nectar or they go without food totally to focus on mating. Crane fly larva eat the roots of plants and some other vegetation.
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Crane Fly. The crane fly is within the order Diptera, under the class Insecta, in the family Tipulidae. Diptera is the largest order of insects with over 200,000 distinct species.
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a spider.
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n. Any of numerous long-legged, slender-bodied flies of the family Tipulidae, having the general appearance of a large mosquito. Also called daddy longlegs .
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