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Bénin : Asilidae
jpjepilou
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Posted on 19-01-2022 17:35
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Hi,

Is it possible to go further?

Benin, Cotonou, 2022/01/19.


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jpjepilou : Bénin : COTONOU : 00000 : 19/01/2022
Altitude : 9 m - Taille : 10-12mm
Réf. : 297140

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JP
 
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Near Ommatius (cell r1 closed; plumose arista). There are several genera in this group in Africa.
 
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Thank you.

So Asilinae sp. is the best way...
Is it possible to determined some Asilidae of Benin with photo? Or take photos of Asilidae is a waste of time?
Best regards
JPhilippe
 
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Others may be able to place it to genus. We have only one genus in the group in North America and the key in Manual of Afrotropical Diptera requires more detail than I can see.

 
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We'll see! But your answer is already a satisfaction for me.

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Chris Cohen
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Yes, tribe Ommatiini. Beyond that I am not sure.
 
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OK

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