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130_ID? (Hypoderma diana)
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Please identify 130_ID flies. Slovak Republic, Malá Fatra-Terchová, approximately 700 m above sea level. Thank you very much for your help. Best regards! Fote date: 01.06.2011.
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Oestridae ?
 
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Roger Thomason wrote:
Oestridae ?


Roger thank you very much.
 
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Correct: a male Hypoderma diana.

Nice work.

Could you give some more info on how you found this animal ? (Hilltopping, near the ground, .... ?)

Thanks

Theo
 
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Zeegers wrote:
Correct: a male Hypoderma diana.

Nice work.

Could you give some more info on how you found this animal ? (Hilltopping, near the ground, .... ?)

Thanks

Theo


Theo thank you very much.

I shoot a fly this morning about 08:16 on a mountain trail in the grassland about 40 cm above the ground in coniferous forest of about 750 meters above sea level.
It was rainy weather started to rain but it was warm, fly in fote was calm and relaxed. I attach fotogafiu the place where she was shot.
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Thanks

Near the ground non-hilltopping is classic for the genus Hypoderma


Theo
 
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Wow.... Since living here in Central Europe now, I was meant to ask Theo if his tip for looking for Oestridae on observation towers is valid here as well (diana, Pharyngomyia picta)? There are a lot of roe and red deer here (I see them weekly).
 
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Wow.... Since living here in Central Europe now, I was meant to ask Theo if his tip for looking for Oestridae on observation towers is valid here as well (diana, Pharyngomyia picta)? There are a lot of roe and red deer here (I see them weekly).
 
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Yes it is !!

Pharyngomyia and Cephemyia are hilltoppers par excellence, Oestrus and allies as well

however, Hypoderma never hilltop (that is, if you consider Oedemagena tarandi a Hypoderma, that one does).

Cephenemyia is found in watching towers in the Harz in numbers (JUly - august). H. diana is much earlier: May.

Theo
 
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