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Finding Coenosia
Stephan_HolgerD
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Posted on 02-05-2018 10:00
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Hello,
i read this cool article about coenosia on this site "Coenosia attenuata can behave like a falconers bird" (https://diptera.info/articles.php?article_id=17)
Now i am really interested where to find coenosia in nature.
I read that they appear in greenhouses, but maybe the one or the other could share their experience and the habitat where they found coenosia. I would really appreciate that.

Thank you very much Smile

cheers
Stephan
 
AISP_Insects
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Posted on 04-07-2018 04:40
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Also, has a paper on this phenomenon been published, yet?
 
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