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Phalacrotophora -> P. delageae
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Posted on 06-10-2021 22:41
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Here's one for Paul:
species ID possible with these photos?

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Donauinsel, Vienna in June
Edited by Carnifex on 08-10-2021 05:06
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Phalacrotophora delageae, female
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Great that ID was possible, this might very well be a new addition to the Austrian fauna.
I could observe the swarming behavior as well as the head-down posture and wing waving/singing that Tony Irwin described in his publication. Not surprisingly, all individuals I caught were females.

Here's one in situ photo
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