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Cephenemyia stimulator ? (4 pics)
Rupert Huber
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Posted on 12-07-2010 22:34
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Hello to all!
Is there anything to mix this lovely fly up with? It was on top of a mountain as high as 2289m, so there were no deers close, only chamoises perhaps.
Size approx. 15mm

11.7.2010, Austria, Salzburg, Tennengebirge, Mt. Scheiblingkogel
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If there was ever a fly that would appeal to the public - this must be it!! I really want one for Christmas!Wink
And I'd agree that this is stimulator. The host is Capreolus - Roe Deer. It has been recorded at over 2200 meters, and this one may be "hill-topping" - so higher than its hosts.
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WOW! Certainly a beast.
May you show the photo of the place where you found this one^? Thanks.
 
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Thank you both!
Here's a picture of the place where I found it. It was the pile of stones in the front part of the pic.
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Yes, you have been hilltopping, haven't you ?
It is a classic


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Yes, and although exhausting, I can very well understand the flies and butterflies who love to do this, too. Grin
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