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No New PostsAsilidae from France => Female Neoitamus pat_der2003 28 4 24-07-2014 23:16
by Quaedfliegh
No New PostsSmaller Asilidae from Croatia eurythyrea 98 3 23-07-2014 01:08
by Quaedfliegh
No New Postsgold-haired robber fly -> Laphria/Choerades sp? treebeard 469 16 22-07-2014 08:55
by treebeard
No New PostsAsilidae to identify, thanks Oscar 66 1 22-07-2014 08:31
by ValerioW
No New PostsAsilidae: Choerades femorata ? (Male) skrylten 78 7 21-07-2014 22:06
by skrylten
No New PostsUnknown Asilidae(?) from Croatia Martin Prievalsky 82 3 21-07-2014 20:41
by ValerioW
No New PostsID Please Subhajit Roy 48 1 21-07-2014 17:57
by Subhajit Roy
No New PostsStenopogon costatus Oscar 113 3 19-07-2014 11:24
by Oscar
No New PostsTolmerus cingulatus, not Neoitamus Sundew 252 11 18-07-2014 23:16
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No New PostsAsilidae, Loire River dunes => Eutolmus cf rufibarbis Susan R Walter 315 12 17-07-2014 08:45
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No New PostsAsilid with red tibiae - no idea Sundew 100 2 16-07-2014 07:53
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No New PostsDioctria ID --> Dioctria rufipes Reimund Ley 77 2 11-07-2014 19:42
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No New Postsanother Choerades - difficult again... Sundew 121 3 10-07-2014 18:31
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No New PostsID cousteau 72 1 10-07-2014 13:39
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No New PostsDioctria from Prague libor 119 4 09-07-2014 15:30
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No New PostsChoerades fimbriata Sundew 169 5 07-07-2014 23:41
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No New PostsStenopogon costatus picotverd 99 3 07-07-2014 22:41
by Quaedfliegh
No New PostsDioctria sp.? --> Dioctria cf. rufipes Reimund Ley 162 6 05-07-2014 20:16
by Reimund Ley
No New PostsTolmerus? Kirsten Eta 179 8 04-07-2014 23:12
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No New PostsAsilidae, Loire dunes II => Dysmachus trigonus Susan R Walter 139 2 04-07-2014 08:02
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27.06.14 14:05
Sometimes search bots cause heavy traffic, on occasion the site is being swapped by server requests, probably hackers trying to find an entry point to hack the server.

26.06.14 19:19
the site gets annoying slow. Something wrong ?

10.06.14 18:23
bibio

05.06.14 11:40
third of the posterior side - this is my translation ! Is this OK

05.06.14 11:40
Both the male and female have the typical Phaonia bristle on the apical

05.06.14 11:38
3. van de achterkant van de achterscheen

05.06.14 11:38
2. typerende borstel op eenderde van de top aan de buitenzijde

05.06.14 11:37
1. Zowel het mannetje als het vrouwtje hebben de voor Phaonia soorten

05.06.14 11:35
Thanx- looks like it didn't all add I'll try again

02.06.14 13:02
Both the male and the female have the for Phaonia characteristic bristle on one-third from the apex [of what ?? some tibia I guess] on the posterio-dorsal side

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