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Neomochterus geniculatus ? => Yes
pat_der2003
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Posted on 11-11-2018 20:26
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Hi,

sorry for this bad picture: someone walked on it ... and so, I found it dead in a veranda from western France (Loire-Atlantique) in early may 2018.

size : 15,8 mm.

Looking at the red tibia I and red tip of femur I, could it be Neomochterus geniculatus ? A female.

Thanks ! Wink
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Quaedfliegh
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Posted on 11-11-2018 22:41
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Frown It had probably been lying there since the summer before, but I agree with your ID.
Greetings,

Reinoud

Field guide to the robber flies of the Netherlands and Belgium: https://www.jeugdbondsuitgeverij.nl/product/field-guide-to-the-robberflies-of-the-netherlands-and-belgium/

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pat_der2003
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Thanks a lot Reinoud ! Smile

You mean this is a species which flies in summer ?

It makes sense : actually I went twice in this house, in spring (early may) and in summer (july).

during these vacations, I have collected few dead insects in this veranda ; so I think I went wrong : it should be in july for this one.

Thanks ! Smile
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