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Tabanus bovinus? -> sudeticus m
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Posted on 11-06-2008 16:10
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Hello
This Fly is about 25mm long. Doesn't it loock like Tabanus bovinus?
At Lake Thun Switzerland 11.06.2008
With regards Maja
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Strong dorsal antennal tooth, third antennal segment clearly orange and abdominal triangles are short, so it looks like a male sudeticus to me.
Upper facets in eye should be strongly enlarged in that case.


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Thank you Theo!
Trying hard to see myself what you explained, I went back to the place where I had found the Tabanus. It was there. It is 14?C here and first I thought it was sleeping, but it was partly eaten. Unfortunately the Antennae are broken. But the eyes show facets of different size
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Yeap, clearly enlarged upper facets. SO no bovinus, but sudeticus.


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Thank you!
 
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