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Tabanidae, Pangonius sp.?
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Is this one Pangonius sp., anyone can say more about? From Morocco, 14.04.2016

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Pangonius funebris.

This species has long be confused with haustellatus.
It is supposed to be a more eastern Mediterranean species, but it occurs in the western part as well ! As demonstrated here.


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Zeegers wrote:
Pangonius funebris.

This species has long be confused with haustellatus.
It is supposed to be a more eastern Mediterranean species, but it occurs in the western part as well ! As demonstrated here.


Theo


Thanks a lot Theo ... if photo needed for gallery is OK to be used or more exact data just let me know.
Updated info also on my "species page".

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