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Cyrtopogon lateralis?
Sundew
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Posted on 20-01-2019 00:46
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Hi,
This female looks like a Cyrtopogon lateralis to me - am I right? Seen in a mixed forest in southwestern Brandenburg in last June.
Thanks in advance, Sundew
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Posted on 21-01-2019 22:42
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I'm pretty sure you are right :-)
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Reinoud

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Posted on 22-01-2019 23:19
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Thanks, dear Reinoud - another new genus for me!
 
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Posted on 31-01-2019 23:42
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Sundew wrote:
Seen in a mixed forest in southwestern Brandenburg in last June.


Hello Sundew,

interesting record. This species is rather rare in Brandenburg. Do you have the precise record site and the exact date for my internet atlas? That would be fine.

Greetings, Danny
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Wolff, Gebel & Geller-Grimm (2018): Die Raubfliegen Deutschlands (The robberflies of Germany)
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