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New Year Doli
Igor Grichanov
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Posted on 01-01-2012 18:07
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I have met this Doli yesterday on 31 Dec on my dinner plate with a meat dish. I have caught it today on 1 Jan by use of my champagne glass within my kitchen in a small wooden house nr. St.Petersburg. I have grasped my hand camera and snapped the fly within the glass. I am serious despite some drinking. I guess it is a female of Dolichopus plumipes that has awakened because of very warm December (+5.6 centigrades above norm, i.e. +1.9 monthly average. I shall check identification and the species overwintering later. Nevertheless, the incident is surprising for me and Happy New Year for all Diptera.Info subscribers and good luck.
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Unfortunatly the female has died. I have ID it as
Dolichopus longicornis Stannius, 1831
It seems that the species was not reported as wintering in imago stage.
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