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Posted on 12-01-2023 11:58

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Hello! This was found ny Dávid Horváth, in Hungary 2021. 06. 29. I think, that this is a Philipomyia graeca. Can you confirm me? Or is this an other species? What is the difference between genus Philipomyia and Hybomitra?
varganimrod attached the following image:

Edited by varganimrod on 12-01-2023 14:05
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Posted on 12-01-2023 18:15

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Definitely Philipomyia.
In Hungary, Ph. aprica is by far the most common one,

Without a lateral, I can’t be sure.

Please always make dorsal, lateral and frontsl shots in Tabanidae !
Make my life so much easier .

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Posted on 12-01-2023 18:39

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Thank you very much! Okay, i’ll make picture in other directions as well.
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