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Bombyliidae: Exoprosopa jacchus or cleomene?
Mario_Finkel
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Posted on 16-08-2012 11:16
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Hello everybody,

I found this bee-fly in Baden-Württemberg (Germany) near the Swiss border.

In the net I found the very good key of Mark Van Veen and with this I found out that my fly belongs to the genus Exoprosopa (at least I hope that this is right ^^). I can´t really decide if it is Exoprosopa jacchus or E. cleomene.

Can anyone help me with this case? Is it possible to determine the species? Occur both species in southern Germany?

Thanks in advance for help!

Best regards,
Mario

Location: Germany, Baden-Württemberg, Kreis Waldshut, Schmitzingen Wiese, 17. July 2012 (Photo: Mario Finkel)
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Can anyone confirm the genus? Is it possible to identify the species?
Regards, Mario
 
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Posted on 05-02-2021 15:53
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Hello!
I would like to reactivate this thread! Smile
Can anyone identify this Bombyliidae? Is Exoprosopa sp. correct and is maybe more possible?

Thanks in advance!
Mario
 
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Exoprosopa is correct. It is in the jacchus group. I cannot ID this group to species due to many very similar described species.
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