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Bombyliidae, Usia sp. -> Usia lata
Gabor
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Posted on 01-06-2019 17:45
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I just found this beautiful bombylid on Rhodes Island, Greece
23th of May, 2019.
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Gabor
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Female and male
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vliegenvanger149
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Posted on 12-07-2019 18:23
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Usia, looks like U. aeneoides from Spain. But probably not this species.
 
Gabor
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Posted on 13-07-2019 21:21
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Thank you vliegenvanger149!
One of my friends is convinced that Usia lata.
Is it possible?
 
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Jewell699, you should post it in the forum, not submit it for the gallery.

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