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Sicus ferrugineus? => Sicus sp.
Siegfried Rudolf
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Posted on 30-05-2024 18:24
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Hello everyone,

is that Sicus ferrugineus? Found today in southwest Germany on a dry meadow.

Greetings Siggi
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Hello Siegfried,

most likely ferrugineus. But from these photos the other Sicus species cannot be excluded.
http://home.hccne...sicus.html

I also found the first Sicus today.
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Hi Jürgen,

Thank you for your tip. The fly was patient, but unfortunately it was sitting in such a way that I couldn't photograph the abdomen. I will then file the picture under Sicus sp.

Greetings Siggi
 
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