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Phasia or Ectophasia? (09.08.17) --> Phasia aurigera
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Hello,

at the same location (meadow near forest, northwest Germany) as the Ectophasia from my previous thread I found this 8 mm fly. I am unsure about the genus and even if male or female. Could it be Phasia aurulans?

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Phasia aurigera. It is weird though, it is somewhere in between a male and a female.

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Hello Theo,

Zeegers wrote:
Phasia aurigera. It is weird though, it is somewhere in between a male and a female.


and it is early. too. Normally the second generation occurs here not before the end of August, mostly in September, flying until end of October.

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08.08.17 14:18
Thanks John, you have saved me a lot of time

07.08.17 14:27
Libnotes. The subgenus must have been promoted to genus.

07.08.17 13:46
Thx John - its come up with 2 Tipula (Schummelia) kariyana and Libnotes (Laosa) kariyana (Alexander, 1947) Would you go for the 2nd one?

01.08.17 14:09
Look it up at http://ccw.natural
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01.08.17 13:57
Hello Grateful if someone can tell me if this is a current name? Limonia (Libnotes) kariyana Thx

25.07.17 11:16
Hello Stephane, thx for the help

21.07.17 22:40
Taf (Tafel) = plate (of illustrations).

21.07.17 13:26
Hello again can any1 help with a translation of Taf Taf VII, Fig. 24! Thx

04.07.17 14:40
Thanks Paul

27.06.17 15:13
Mostly two, occasionally three.

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