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Asilidae Switzerland
johanvantbosch
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Posted on 22-09-2019 14:43
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Unfortunately not the best photos of this copula from Switzerland. I hope it will still be possible to id this couple.
Wallis, Switzerland, 5 July 2019


observation.org/fotonew/3/23361513.jpg

observation.org/fotonew/4/23361514.jpg

observation.org/fotonew/5/23361515.jpg
Best wishes,
Johan van 't Bosch
Rotterdam, The Netherlands
 
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Didysmachus cf picipes
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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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johanvantbosch
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Thank you, Reinoud!
Why the cf? Are there similar Didysmachus species around or is it just because the photos are not that great?


johanvantbosch wrote:
Unfortunately not the best photos of this copula from Switzerland. I hope it will still be possible to id this couple.
Wallis, Switzerland, 5 July 2019


observation.org/fotonew/3/23361513.jpg

observation.org/fotonew/4/23361514.jpg

observation.org/fotonew/5/23361515.jpg

Best wishes,
Johan van 't Bosch
Rotterdam, The Netherlands
 
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