Gallery Links
Users Online
· Guests Online: 14

· Members Online: 1
Graeme Cocks

· Total Members: 3,368
· Newest Member: Rosevinge15
Paul Beuk's Book Reviews
Newest books:
· The European fami...
· De Nederlandse zw...
· The Diptera of th...
Most popular books:
· The Diptera of th...
· De Nederlandse zw...
· The European fami...

Looking for something in particular?
Use search!
Forum Threads
Theme Switcher
Switch to:
Last Seen Users
· Graeme CocksOnline
· Sundew00:29:54
· nowaytofly00:36:49
· John Carr00:36:49
· Tony Irwin01:44:05
· piros01:46:30
· sakupljacmuva01:52:43
· MickB02:20:34
· solito de solis02:29:10
· npisec02:32:01
Latest Photo Additions
View Forum :: Family forums :: Asilidae Forum
Who is here? 2 guest(s)
  Subject Author Views Replies Last Post
No New PostsLeptogaster cf cylindrica tabiatdostu 99 3 30-11-2015 07:39
by tabiatdostu
No New PostsLaphystia and Psilocurus from Monegros
(Page: 1 2)
picotverd 1041 21 23-11-2015 15:47
by Quaedfliegh
No New PostsStenopogon milvus male? Rhodes piros 91 7 20-11-2015 02:48
by Quaedfliegh
No New PostsAsilidae > Asilus barbarus yann 118 2 16-11-2015 10:26
by yann
No New PostsChoerades fimbriata npisec 172 5 15-11-2015 06:20
by npisec
No New PostsAsilinae from Greece --> Machimus sp. (female) Dirk_M 204 9 13-11-2015 17:57
by Dirk_M
No New PostsNeomochtherus? From Rhodes piros 83 5 12-11-2015 16:02
by piros
No New PostsDioctria=>D.linearis rafalk 66 2 11-11-2015 00:37
by rafalk
No New Posts2 new species of Paraphamartania Engel Piluca_Alvarez 222 8 10-11-2015 19:02
by piros
No New PostsChoerades, Germany => C. fimbriata Pristurus 146 1 09-11-2015 15:01
by Pristurus
No New Posts22-25mm Black robber fly (Hong Kong) sunnet 220 5 07-11-2015 17:21
by Quaedfliegh
No New PostsAsilidae from Canada -->Efferia benedicti Dirk_M 116 3 06-11-2015 18:49
by Dirk_M
No New PostsAsilidae USA --> Efferia albibarbis Dirk_M 118 3 06-11-2015 07:34
by John Carr
No New PostsLarge Amber Robber Fly w/green eyes (Hong Kong) Cophinopoda chinensis sunnet 77 0 04-11-2015 15:54
by sunnet
No New PostsRobber Fly (ID Please) Hong Kong sunnet 67 0 04-11-2015 09:38
by sunnet
No New PostsAsilidae ID => Dysmachus cf. fuscipennis, female TomiTrilar 65 2 03-11-2015 13:58
by Quaedfliegh
No New PostsAsilidae ID help please Chthulhu 126 3 03-11-2015 13:53
by Quaedfliegh
No New PostsAsilidae ID Australia Dirk_M 63 0 02-11-2015 18:47
by Dirk_M
No New PostsAsilidae from Crete DJHiker 167 4 31-10-2015 00:41
by Quaedfliegh
No New PostsStenopogon (?) from Rhodes piros 218 6 27-10-2015 12:28
by piros
Jump to Forum:

New Posts - Open Thread with new posts since last visit
No New Posts - Open Thread with no new posts since last visit.
Locked Thread - Locked Thread.
Sticky Thread - Sticky Thread.
Date and time
01 December 2015 03:03


Not a member yet?
Click here to register.

Forgotten your password?
Request a new one here.
Temporary email?
Due to fact this site has functionality making use of your email address, any registration using a temporary email address will be rejected.

Please, help to make
possible and enable
further improvements!
Latest Articles
Syrph the Net
Those who want to have access to the Syrph the Net database need to sign the
License Agreement -
Click to Download

Public files of Syrph the Net can be downloaded HERE

Last updated: 25.08.2011
You must login to post a message.

24.11.15 18:36
Thanks Dmitry, I'll try this.

23.11.15 11:52
Try to contact associate editors and/or members, 10th Editorial Board of Acta Entomologica Sinica, occupied at Dept. of Entom. of CAU, e.g. GAO Xi-Wu; LI Zheng-Xi; SHEN J

13.11.15 21:50
Dear Friends. Could someone provide me a contact in the Insect Colletions of the China Agriculture University ? Regards.

29.09.15 09:12
For Idiohelina, 3 Malloch's papers, Exotic Muscaridae III, XV, and XXXV

22.09.15 11:34
Species with mouth parts that appear to be 'similar', like Sargus, do feed on honeydew. I have never seen Hermetia in nature...

18.09.15 17:42
Thanks Paul, some sites report that it don't have functional mouth part, other sites say it feed nectar, some publications say it "probably" feed nectar and it's a pollinator.

18.09.15 11:57
Sounds like it might be. Do sites that 'say not' state that they do feed or don't they mention anything?

14.09.15 20:42
Question: is it true that the Hermetia illucens don't have functional mouth part? Some sites say yes and some other say not. It's a bit confused. Thanks Smile

30.08.15 16:23
looks like it! Grrrr.

29.08.15 15:14
Fauna Europaea unavailable again!?

Render time: 0.05 seconds | 106,356,201 unique visits