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Which Chrysops? --> C. viduatus f
Jann Wuebbenhorst
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Posted on 08-02-2022 08:53
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I suppose this is a C. relictus female with reduced marking on Tergit 2, and not C. viduatus?
13.07.2020, extensively managed wet meadowland, Lüchow-Dannenberg,Niedersachsen, Germany.
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Zeegers
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What more would you need for viduatus Smile ?


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Jann Wuebbenhorst
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I've checked many Chrysops and photographed them while they were sucking my blood, and again and again it was relictus, so maybe I've given up hope to find another species of this genus Wink
And in your book it reads "Donkere Vlek op tweede rugplaatje breed U-vormig (van achteren niet ingekeept)", maybe I misinterpreted that.

Many thanks anyway
Jann
 
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You are quoting the text for males ….


Theo
Edited by Zeegers on 08-02-2022 18:58
 
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