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Coenomyia ferruginea (Scopoli, 1763)
Pierre-Nicolas Libert
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Posted on 17-11-2004 09:19

Location: Belgium
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Hi everybody,

I Does anyone knows about the repartition of the unique species of the Coenomyidae: Coenomyia ferruginea in Belgium?
Is it widespread?

What is the situation in other countries?
Paul Beuk
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Posted on 17-11-2004 10:30
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Summarising NW-European data from Van der Goot (1985):
Belgium: rather rare in the hills
Netherlands: south in the province of Limburg and about five other inland localities in woodland area
Denmark (not after 1900)

These are the most recent data I have here, though there are one or two more recent record from the Netherlands.

Reference: Goot, V.S. van der, 1985. De snavelvliegen (Rhagionidae), roofvliegen (Asildiae) en aanverwante families van Noordwest-Europa. - Wetenschappelijke Mededelingen van de Koninklijke Nederlandse Natuurhistorische Vereniging 171: 1-66.

Hope this gets you on the way for now.

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Menno Reemer
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Posted on 17-11-2004 15:25

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There is a very recent paper by Jens-Hermann Stuke (2004) on the occurrence of Coenomyidae (and some other small families) in Niedersachsen and Bremen, published in Braunschweiger Naturkundliche Schriften 7(1): 137-142.
I have found the species in Belgium once. If you are interested I can look up the date and locality for you.
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Posted on 17-11-2004 22:32

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Aussi, plusieurs localit?s dans la coll Gembloux (FSAGX)
Joris Menten
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Posted on 18-11-2004 15:01

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The species has been caught several times in the Meerdaalwoud and Heverleebos near Leuven (by Frank Vandemeutter and Jorg Lambrechts). I myself have one ex from Elsenborn. Frank also reported the species from the Argonne in France. It appears the species is not terribly rare, but is on the wing for a very short time in June, which explains it apparent rarity.

One thing I was wondering: I never smelled the cheese-smell on the ex in my collection. Does anyone really noticed this smell?

Edited by Joris Menten on 18-11-2004 15:02
michal tkoc
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Posted on 07-11-2007 12:26
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Yes, I have one exemplar from Moravia, Czech Rep., and the smell is really strong, but we dont say "cheese" ratherly some "soup relish" like Maggi http://www.nestle...soning.htm GrinGrin
Curator of Diptera, Entomology Department, National Museum Prague.
PhD. Student, Charles University.
Prague, Czech Republic.
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