Thread subject: Diptera.info :: Big Asilinae
Posted by Isidro on 08-08-2021 17:48
Found near sea in maritime vegetation and sand dunes of Almeria, south Spain, the 1st August 2021. You can judge the size with the prey, a Gymnosoma (domestic-fly-sized.) Please help with ID?
Posted by piros on 08-08-2021 20:17
Edited by piros on 08-08-2021 20:17
Posted by Quaedfliegh on 20-08-2021 21:46
Indeed a Stenopogon sp. Probably belonging to the group of junceus/cervinus. Do you have a picture in which the wing venation is visible?
Posted by Isidro on 21-08-2021 05:38
Only these two images. A friend already told me that is a Stenopogon gr. junceus, tough I would like to know which species form the junceus group.
Posted by Isidro on 28-08-2021 11:24
Quaedfliegh wrote:Do you have a picture in which the wing venation is visible?
Here is an image with the wing venation, took by my trip pal:
Posted by Quaedfliegh on 26-09-2021 15:58
Thank you, well that excludes S. heteroneurus. The junceus group consists of S. cervinus/elongatus and junceus. I'm still not sure how to separate them properly.