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Tabanidae ID - Tabanus sp.?
Clive Lau
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Posted on 23-06-2020 11:29
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The fly was caught today. Locality: Hong Kong
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Wing and lateral view.
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Zeegers
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Posted on 24-06-2020 08:17
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Hi Clive

Can you please check if the basicosta, the little thing at base of fore margin of wing, is bare or hairy, as the remainder of the costa ?

Thanks

Theo
 
Clive Lau
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I think it is as hairy as the costa.
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Basicosta
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Edited by Clive Lau on 24-06-2020 09:18
 
Zeegers
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Thank you ! so, clearly hairy. I need to check the books .

Theo
 
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Posted on 25-06-2020 17:22
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There is no obvious match in either Burton (Thailand), Schuurmans Stekhoven (Indonesia s.l.) or Ricardo (Oriental), so I can't help you !
 
Clive Lau
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I's fine. Thanks for your time and effort.
 
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