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Philippe moniotte
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Posted on 31-12-2007 18:15
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Hi all, and a Happy New Year!
Is this Rhamphomyia sp ?
H?ron (Belgium) April 20 2007; Approx 10 mm.

Thanks for your help.
Philippe
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Another picture of the same pair.
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"do you see? I can hold you and doing other things at the same time" Grin

the female told " you forgot my gift!!" oh.. yeeah... empidids are famous because the males usually give a gift (a juicy prey) to the females before the act. Smile

"i don't care. I'm in a hurry." Pfft


 
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Rhamphomyia sulcata group, probably R. sulcata itself.
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jorgemotalmeida wrote:
"do you see? I can hold you and doing other things at the same time" Grin

the female told " you forgot my gift!!" oh.. yeeah... empidids are famous because the males usually give a gift (a juicy prey) to the females before the act. Smile

"i don't care. I'm in a hurry." Pfft




Well, there WAS a gift, although a small one. You'see it if you look closely. Unfortunately, I could not get any other angle due to the situation of the flies inside a currant shrub.

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Paul Beuk wrote:
Rhamphomyia sulcata group, probably R. sulcata itself.


Thanks a lot Paul.
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I think got picture with gift last week. The gift maybe a Bibio marci male.
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