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Another robber fly
Dmitry Gavryushin
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Posted on 27-06-2006 01:24
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June 25, 2006, early morning, edge of pine wood, by sweeping.
First what I believe to be a female, typical vertical posture on a toothpick. Size 13mm.
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Head and thorax, lateral view.
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Now what I believe to be a male of same species. Size 10mm.
Head and thorax, lateral view.
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Finally, male's genitalia (different views).
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According to the Dutch key this is Leptogaster cylindrica, but maybe there are similar species in your area.
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Thank you Paul, somehow I was so sure it's of a different genus than Leptogaster
 
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