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wich kind of Asilidae?
gogo5760
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Posted on 05-11-2019 21:55
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Hi!
This insect I dedected last summer on 10th of July. This robber fly cought another fly an was sitting on a sunny leaf.
Is it possible to determine the robber fly?

Thank you in advance.
Guntram

Pic: 10.07.2019 || Austria | Salzburg; Pinzgau, Saalfelden; 900m
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gogo5760 wrote:
Hi!
This insect I dedected last summer on 10th of July. This robber fly cought another fly an was sitting on a sunny leaf.
Is it possible to determine the robber fly?

Thank you in advance.
Guntram

Pic: 10.07.2019 || Austria | Salzburg; Pinzgau, Saalfelden; 900m

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Markus Gebel
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Neoitamus species (female)
New Book "The Robberflies of Germany" from Danny Wolff - Markus Gebel - Fritz Geller-Grimm http://www.asilid...
 
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Meta tarsi seem to be entitely black, very possibly N. cyanurus
Greetings,

Reinoud

Field guide to the robber flies of the Netherlands and Belgium: https://www.jeugdbondsuitgeverij.nl/product/field-guide-to-the-robberflies-of-the-netherlands-and-belgium/

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