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Chrysops divaricatus? (Tabanidae, Germany)
Jakob
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Posted on 24-06-2019 12:10
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Hey,
is this Chrysops divaricatus? Legs are entirely black. I looked it up in the gallery, but i´m not sure if there are similar species around.

greets,
Jakob
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Zeegers
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Posted on 24-06-2019 18:13
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Yes ! Is it really from Germany ?? Could you please provide more info ?


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Jakob
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Posted on 25-06-2019 08:13
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Thanks a lot!
Yes it is, but in the north east and quite close to the border. The exact locality is 52.845285, 13.856010, the date is 22.6.3019.
Is it an unusual species for germany?
 
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Zeegers
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Posted on 26-06-2019 14:11
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Yes. It is a boreal species, not rare in Sweden and the Baltic States, but clearly rare in Central Europe and possibly disappearing due to climate change.

Interesting record !


Theo
 
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18.09.19 20:06
Jewell699, you should post it in the forum, not submit it for the gallery.

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Rafael p is legs and f1 is fore femur

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@Paul Beuk Thanks mate!! Best wishes!

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