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Tachypeza in copula ? -> Tachypeza nubila
Caillou
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Posted on 30-10-2019 22:27
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Hello,

For this Hybotidae couple I would guess Tachypeza nubila, do you agree ?
Here is a little movie with the male's funny behavior...
Thank you for your help.

October 13th, 2019, Leuk, Switzerland, on a log.
Size: 4.0 mm
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The male "waving" its anterior legs
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Dorsal view.
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Another chance ?
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Paul Beuk
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Yes, Tachypeza nubila it is.
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Thank you very much Paul !

Note: I will submit my pictures to your gallery, but as there is already a lot for this species feel free to use any or none of mine.
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