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Small Stenopogon -> Habropogon appendiculatus
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Hello,
Collected in the Alpes Maritimes early July.
Size ā™‚ 11 mm ā™€ 12 mm.
I can not find with the keys I have in hand.

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Couldn't it be Habropogon instead?

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Thank you! yes it is Habropogon, I was not there. With the key of Seguy, I think most probably Habropogon exquisitus.
 
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A good look at the tarsus of the middle leg of the male would be welcome
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Reinoud

Field guide to the robber flies of the Netherlands and Belgium: https://www.jeugdbondsuitgeverij.nl/product/field-guide-to-the-robberflies-of-the-netherlands-and-belgium/

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Tarsus of the middle leg of the male
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H. exquisitus does not have the appendages on the last tarsomere. I would name this H. cf appendiculatus
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Field guide to the robber flies of the Netherlands and Belgium: https://www.jeugdbondsuitgeverij.nl/product/field-guide-to-the-robberflies-of-the-netherlands-and-belgium/

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Thank you, Reinoud.
I would like to find the publication of Hradsky and Geller-Grimm on the appendiculatus group.
 
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After examination of genitalia, Habropogon appendiculatus confirmed.
 
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