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Brachystomatidae? >>> Empididae - Hilara obscura - PB
Roger Thomason
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Going through some photos from earlier in the year and wondered if this might be something from the Family Brachystomatidae. If so, any chance of taking it further? Photos taken on the banks of the River Dee in Cults, Aberdeen in July.

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keeping the species viable, or...
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Hilara obscura
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Paul Beuk wrote:
Hilara obscura


Surprising. In America male Hilara are dichoptic.
 
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Only in species of the Hilara flavipes complex
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Thank you for the ID "AGAIN" Paul, gotta be adding up the brownie points!!

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I guess it will be a long journey to collect them...
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