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Ben Hamers
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Posted on 19-01-2011 21:00
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Here are some Eccoptomera's I saw in December and Januari in Southern Limburg, NL.
I don't see many differences, but my experience is very limited.
The first and second image are from the same fly.

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Same fly
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Other fly
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Third fly
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I think I see on the 2nd tibia 2 strong pre-apical bristles: then E. pallescens (Mg.) Right Andrzej?
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Thanks Ruud,

In older threads a saw the pre-apical bristles remarks, but I wasn't sure if that is enough to call it E. pallescens.

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hmm,
it should be E. pallescens but really a curious coloured female ! It's better to write E. cf. pallescens Smile
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Thanks a lot Andrzej,

I saw seven of them at different locations and all were coloured like that.

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25.04.17 14:14
Hello, can any1 tell me if both male and female Empis flies eat other flies or is it just the female? Thx

21.04.17 15:08
Thanks very much Paul

18.04.17 20:24
Nice occur on the Dutch television Paul!

11.04.17 13:37
In Dutch some would use it as plural, for 'exemplaar' (exemplar or specimen). Ten exx. then is ten specimens.

10.04.17 16:21
Thanks Phil I am thinking exuviae but I can't find the abbrev. so perhaps so

09.04.17 12:25
I haven't come across it but I suspect it means 'examples'.

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Hell has anyone come across the meaning of exx? and what it means

01.04.17 11:43
Thanks very much

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Ibid. is short for Latin ibidem, meaning 'in the same place', so = 'same as the previous reference'. Smile

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