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Neomochtherus cf. pallipes
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I photographed this Asilidae near the little village of Salbertrand in Susa Valley, Piedmont (Italy) at 1000 mt above sea level, on Auguts 13th, 2017. Could it be a Neomochtherus?
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It seems very similar to N. pallipes, it isn't?
https://diptera.info/forum/viewthread.php?thread_id=46088
 
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It could be, we should be able to see its belly :-) When it is black, it is pallipes
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Great thanks! But what do you mean with "belly"?
 
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The sternites of the abdomen
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Ok great thanks!
 
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