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Hybomitra - Male Hybomitra muelfeldi.
Morten A Mjelde
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This male was "tophilling" in a forest area in southern Norway, Telemark on 4 June. What species?
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Male Hybomitra muelfeldi.
It shows strong hovering behaviour.
Hybomitra are not well known as hilltoppers (but maybe you are the first to observe !)


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Thank you so much, Theo! Well, maybe it was not hill-topping but hovering behavior at the top of the hill. Wink

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