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Laphria flava?
Guenter
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Posted on 13-01-2006 18:15
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Could this be a male of Laphria flava? Caught near Dornbirn/Vorarlberg (Western Austria) last year in July at an altitude of about 1200m. Sorry that the photo isn't good!
G?nter
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Guenter
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Posted on 13-01-2006 18:33
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Yeah, it worked this timeWink
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Any suggestions?
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Looks like no-one has any ideas for the moment Sad. Wait a while and someone is sure to pass! Sarah
 
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Hi G?nter,

It certainly looks like a Laphria. However I know that there are several species of this genus in Central Europe and I have never seen any other than L. flava. But don't worry, I agree with Sarah, if you have a little patience someone who knows a lot more about Asilidae (like Mark van Veen) will be able to say more about it.

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