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Leptarthrus brevirostris?
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Posted on 08-10-2018 15:26
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found in Austria, Tyrol, Padauner Kogel, about 1900m a.s.l., 2018-07-18.
The flies were sitting at fence poles of a mountain meadow.
Is it Leptarthrus brevirostris?

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It is as if there are two different specimens on your pictures.... the left one has red tarsi and a white mystax the other two seem to have black tarsi and a black mystax..do you have more pictures of the left specimen? The other two seem to be females L. brevirostris.
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Yes you are right, two different specimens but nearly at the same time at the same location. Therefore I thought it should be a male and a female of the same species. Unfortunably the male escaped during changing the position of the camera.
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This is a Cyrtopogon sp. probably C. flavimanus
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Thank you very much, Reinoud.
Greetings, Ingo
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Yes, Cyrtopogon flavimanus.
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Wolff, Gebel & Geller-Grimm (2018): Die Raubfliegen Deutschlands (The robberflies of Germany)
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