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Bombyliidae, Anthrax (?) sp. from Rhodes
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Posted on 24-06-2019 20:40
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Found this fly on 21_05_2019 near Faliraki, Rhodes.
Is it possible to ID it based on this single shot?
Thanks for any help in advance!

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I add one more pic, hoping it may help.
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Is at least the genus correct?
 
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I'd like to give this fly another chance.
 
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Anthrax is correct. I do not think this is one of the commoner species I know. There are multiple Anthrax species in SE Europe that I have no idea how they look like sucj as francoisi, giselae, pelopeius, pilosulus...
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Thank you Gábor!
 
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