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Rhagionidae from 16.07.14: late Rhagio scolopaceus? --> confirmed (+ R. latipennis and tringarius
Juergen Peters
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Hello,

the last R. scolopaceus (a male) I had seen at the end of May. Now in July there were flying the typical summer species like R, strigosus and tringarius (see pics 2 and 3). Is the fly on the first picture really a female of R. scolopaceus? It had the correct size (bigger than R. strigosus). Location: northwest Germany.
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R. strigosus male.
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R. tringarius female.
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the first is scolopaceus.

the second, so it seems, is latipennis !!
the eyes are not touching an dthe wing seems pretty borad.
this need to be checked .

theo
 
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Hello Theo,

Zeegers wrote:
the first is scolopaceus.


Thank you!

the second, so it seems, is latipennis !!
the eyes are not touching an dthe wing seems pretty borad.


Interesting! I already wondered, why I did not find it at a typical place. R. strigosus males nearly always rest vertically on tree trunks in the forest or in our garden. This one I found at a hedge in the lower vegetation.
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Theo is right, second one is latipennis males, indeed.
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Y hanks, Libor !

Juergen

What is the locality more exactly ? How far from the dutch border ?
And please do submit the latipennis for the gallery !

Theo
 
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Hello Theo,

Zeegers wrote:
What is the locality more exactly ?

I used Google Maps to get these coordinates: 52.111684,8.304784

How far from the dutch border ?

About 110-120 km.

And please do submit the latipennis for the gallery !

I will do it.

Thanks to you and Libor!
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thanks , very inetersting.
I will send a guy with a net to our border !

Theo
 
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