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Hybotidae --> No, Empididae: Hilara maura or related species, male and female
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Posted on 21-10-2015 19:27
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Northern Germany, Halstenbek near Hamburg, way along uncultivated area, Outsidefotos: kuv, 29th of April 2015. More ID possible? Please help.
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2nd pic:
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Hilara maura or related species
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Thank you very much Paul - Smile
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After reading the thread http://www.diptera.info/forum/viewthread.php?forum_id=5&thread_id=29836 I think that I had taken pictures of the female at the same area.
Is that right?
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2nd pic of the female:
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Certainly belongs in the same group.
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Thanks one more Paul - Smile
Best regards Kuv
 
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Hilara belongs to Empididae family, not Hybotidae as written in the title !
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Oh yes Eugene - thank you for correction!
I change headline.
Greetings Kuv
 
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