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Holopogon sp.
Jorge
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Posted on 17-03-2018 21:30
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Hi!
Any suggestions for this specimen?
I have never seen this golden color in the tergites of another species.
Captured in Mediterranean forest, near Barcelona (Catalonia), 07/2017.
Holopogon claripennis and H. siculus have been recorded from the same site.
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Posted on 20-03-2018 02:12
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This has to be H. siculus. Can you add the photo the Gallery?
Edited by Quaedfliegh on 20-03-2018 02:12
Greetings,

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Posted on 19-04-2018 22:11
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Thanks for the ID!
I have never uploaded a photo to the gallery, I do not know how to do it.
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Hello Jorge, maybe this helps: https://diptera.info/submit.php?stype=p
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Posted on 24-04-2018 23:03
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Thanks Reinoud!
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Any field photo? I mean a photo from the asilidae before being hunted?
Edited by picotverd on 09-05-2018 21:28
 
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