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Robert Heemskerk
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Posted on 11-05-2006 22:59
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This afternoon in the park; a beautiful robberfly with blue eyes.
Dark shiny with big antenna.
It does not exist in my books..

maiby someone know's it's name?

greetig, Robert Heemskerk
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Hi Robert,

Maybe I could better let the experts reply, but I think this might be Dioctria atricapilla.

Jan Willem
 
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Indeed, I think this is "Ol' Blue Eyes". Smile
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Thank you Jan and Paul,

You diserved again 'the plume' Pfft
I was not aware of the existence of so many robberflies in my surrounding.

greeting Robert,
 
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