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Eutolmus rufibarbis ?
Robert Heemskerk
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Posted on 08-05-2006 22:15
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Hello Alisidae-forum,

I am searching what kind of Alisidae sp. this is.
~15 mm
place: Cronebos near Hilversum

I see some white hairs under the head.. Eutolmus rufibarbis?

greeting Robert,
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Hi Robert,

I would say Lasiopogon cinctus, our earliest Asilid.

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Thank you Ben,

Thorax and abdomen were braun/grey and it was sitting between dead leaves on the ground of a forrest. The legs were also black.
What I can not see is the open front-cel of the wing (dutch: voorrandcel vleugel open).
Maiby this had to do with my low experience in the flyworld, or it is difficult to see on this picture.

I hope to see this fly again soon, and see some more of it Smile

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