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Tabanus - Tabanus maculicornis.
Morten A Mjelde
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By the Oslo Fjord, Norway 6 August. 12 - 13 mm.

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Smile ?
 
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Hi Morten, "De Vliegenfamilies met drie voetkussentjes" (Zeegers, Schulten) leads me to male T. bromius but the upper ommatidia are not distinctly bigger and the antenna is completely yellow. So I doubt if I used the key correctly.
Greetings, Eric
 
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Hi Eric

Better use the key to to females Smile

It is a female T. maculicornis.

Theo
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awkward
Greetings, Eric
 
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Thank you so much, Eric and Theo! Smile

Morten
 
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Dutch is a difficult language.
 
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Zeegers wrote:
Dutch is a difficult language.


I agree but I like it!
And in this case I should have cleaned my glasses 🤓 before deciding between ♀ and ♂!
Greetings, Eric
 
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Zeegers wrote:
Dutch is a difficult language.


Better than an old German scientific paper in Fraktur writing.
 
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Anyway, guys, an English translation will be available spring 2022.

Theo
 
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23.09.21 15:29
All sorted.

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Sorry put 5 new threads in Asilidae forum instead in Syrphidae forum, can pleas an admin move it to Syrph? THANKS, Norbert

09.09.21 07:48
https://www.jeugdb
ondsuitgeverij.nl/
product/de-vliegen
families-met-drie-
voetkussentjes/

09.09.21 07:47
wing ventation is totally different

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