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asilidae ?
gordo
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Posted on 31-10-2004 14:45
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This is an asilidae find on august at 700m in the valley of the gordolasque.
It's a big fly !

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Looks like Choerades marginata to me.
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Gerard Pennards
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Posted on 31-10-2004 20:32
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Hoi Gordo,
If you say it is a big fly, en when I see the difference in hair lenght on the front and back part of the thorax, I would say this is a male of Laphria flava!
Choerades is not so big, and does not have hairs like this on its thorax!
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Edited by Gerard Pennards on 31-10-2004 20:33
Greetings,
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Posted on 31-10-2004 21:11
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I better stop looking at Asilidae. I always seem to get it wrong...Sad
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