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Rhagio strigosus? -> R. latipennis ♂
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Posted on 28-01-2024 01:26
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In central Germany, mid June

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Edited by Carnifex on 28-01-2024 10:44
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Hmmmm You missed something…
it is a male with dichoptic eyes


So latipennis !!

What was the locality more precisely .

( see my review on this group describing Rhagio atlanticus)


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Posted on 28-01-2024 10:24
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Thanks, Theo!

Actually, the dichoptic eyes were my first clue to dismiss scolopaceus Smile
But then, at half past one in the night, I was too late for me to dive deeper (I used the Rhagionid key from van Veen, where apparently latipennis is not listed).

The habitat is an old oak forest in Solling (southern Lower Saxony)
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Posted on 28-01-2024 13:21
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Great you spotted it.

Latipennis is a strictly central European species. Locality fits nicely.

By the book !

https://jeugdbondsuitgeverij.nl/product/families-of-flies-with-three-pulvilli/





 
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