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Posted on 27-04-2007 15:20

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Posted on 27-04-2007 15:26

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Jokin, me sorprende verte aqu? tambi?n. No es un s?rfido sino un Bomb?lido, probablemente del g?nero Villa.

(for the rest of the forum, the translation: Jokin, I'm surprised for see you here also. It isn't a syrphid but a Bombyliidae, probably in the genus Villa)
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Posted on 27-04-2007 16:00
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Jokin, don't forget to submit information about the insect (location, date, habitat, size etc)! ... and I ain't jokin' Wink
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Posted on 27-04-2007 16:10

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ok,taken in south of Spain,yesterday
thanks,for all, is posible Villa hottentotta?
hola Isidro,nos vemos por todos lados,
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Posted on 27-04-2007 16:47
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Not hottentotta, it never has bright siver 'flaps' at wing base. Perhaps Villa cingulata?
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