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Id. Asilidae from Buenos Aires
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Posted on 11-02-2019 23:30
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Captured in Ribera Norte Municipal Nature Reserve of Buenos Aires - Argentina

January 21, 2019

Thank you and greetings!


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A striking "Leptogaster" (s.l.) sp. female. (Really need more details of head, body & wing venation to be positive of genus!)

Colorful legs will help associate sexes, as must see male for further ID.

Cheers, Eric
 
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Thank you very much Eric for your explanation.

I add 3 photos in the real size to Id.

Greetings... Ricardo
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Psilonyx sp. male. Thanks Ricardo; image #3 is perfect. Neotropical spp. of Psilonyx (most of genus!) need revision before full identification possible. Banding pattern of legs indicates male & female likely conspecific.

Cheers, Eric
 
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RAP wrote:
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Thank you very much Eric for your extensive response ... I appreciate your knowledge.
Greetings from Buenos Aires ... Ricardo
 
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