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Asilidae?
Dmitry Gavryushin
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This picture was taken on May 20, 2003, Turkey, Alanya/Karaburun.
www.diptera.info/forim/2-1040-1.jpg
Edited by Dmitry Gavryushin on 29-11-2005 09:41
 
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Dmitry, could you give the size?
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Well, I think the size was around 10mm.
 
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Subfamily Laphriinae, ?Laphriini.
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For me this looks more like a robber fly in the subfamily Apocleinae.

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LoL, that one I do not really know...Pfft
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If Apocleinae, maybe this key could help anyone (not me, alas):
http://www.geller-grimm.de/eremo.htm
 
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I send the picture to Fritz Geller Grimm and he emailed me that this is a Pycnopogon sp. (Stenopogoniniae).
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Thanks a lot, Martin!
 
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