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Oxycera pardalina
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Posted on 12-08-2009 21:16
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Maybe 1.600 mts aprox a couple of days ago, at catalonian pyrenees...
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A bad photo but maybe helps... the fly was near a little river, protected inside a rock
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Stratiomyidae. Smile
This is one of the most spectacular stratiomyids I've seen! Lucky you!
 
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size, please...
 
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Well i am not very sure (a lot of photos and walking that day) but i would say a little less than a domestic fly...
Maybe i can repeat the walk because it is not very far from home...
 
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Maybe an Oxycera sp. Not sure.
 
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Oxycera for Spain listed: Species flava
Species germanica
Species leonina
Species locuples
Species marginata
Species morrisii
Species pardalina
Species pygmaea
Species rara
Species trilineata
Species varipes
 
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6mm.? O. cf. marginata ? I donīt trust my old german keys, but it seems to fit, beatiful Smile
 
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Thank you Jorge and Paqui, i will upload to the gallery as O. cf marginata...
 
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6 years later at the same locality I found again an Oxycera which I think it is O. marginata... But the fly stopped at my right hand and began to clean itself so I had to take photo with my left hand!!!
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antother photo...
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O. pardalina female
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Thanks a lot!
I forgot to say that the place, wich is a fountain / old drinking trough is the same place where I also found this Oxycera: http://www.dipter...pid=160071
By the other hand, Fontinalis antipyretica it is found at this place.
P.D: the ID of the first fly from 2009 is correct?
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of http://www.dipter...pid=160071? I think so. In case you have the possibility to catch some specimens, please, send a male and female to me. I have only a limited number of Oxycera specimens in my collection. It would be good to add some.
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Ok, I will try to collect them. Indeed I collected this dead one, wich it is Stratiomyidae, isn't it?
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LOL! Not so easy. I think it is a female Chloromyia. Impossible to say which one.
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From some days ago at the same place, some more better photos from the male...
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another view...
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