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Atylotus rusticus? --> confirmed, female
Jann Wuebbenhorst
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Posted on 24-01-2020 18:38
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I found this Atylotus female on 11th July 2019 (dry, sandy meadow, eastern Lower Saxony). Is it A. rusticus?
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Yes, nice to see a female feeding on a flower.


Theo
 
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Posted on 25-01-2020 11:33
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Thanks again, Theo!
I used your very fine Tabanidae key (Veldgids DAZEN (Diptera -Tabanidae) van Noordwest-Europa). Tabanidae are quite poorly known in Lower Saxony (Tachinidae even less, like meny other Diptera families), and Atylotus rusticus is not listed for Lower Saxony yet, so I wanted to be sure.
The same ist true for Ectophasia and Stomorhina - both genera are not published to occur in Lower Saxony yet.

kind regards
Jann
 
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