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Tabanus... rectus
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Posted on 05-01-2019 19:38
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Monegros, Spain, june 23
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a female, of course
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She is very large, right ?

No pic of the abdomen ? It looks black and white, do you remember ?

Theo
 
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Theo, I really don't remember, but not small for sure. And no more different angles, sorry.
Near a small pond where sheeps come across to drink.
What species are you wondering?
 
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The black antenna, shape of callus and lack of eyeband clearly indicate this is a large species.
On the second pic, the spots on abdomen are white. Also the shape is diagnostic:

female Tabanus rectus..

This is the first pic to my knowledge of a living animal showiing its eye colouration. Hence the fuss. Eye colouration is as in bovinus, contra sudeticus.

Very nice indeed.

Theo
 
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The black antenna, shape of callus and lack of eyeband clearly indicate this is a large species.
On the second pic, the spots on abdomen are white. Also the shape is diagnostic:

female Tabanus rectus..

This is the first pic to my knowledge of a living animal showiing its eye colouration. Hence the fuss. Eye colouration is as in bovinus, contra sudeticus.

Very nice indeed.

Theo
 
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Zeegers wrote:

This is the first pic to my knowledge of a living animal showiing its eye colouration.


There is a photo from Piluca also:https://www.biodi...19503.html

Note: I always use flash and she usually doesn't.
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