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Tabanidae: Philipomyia aprica
Katrin Lena Schneider
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Posted on 13-08-2020 18:23
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Could you please tell me which one and why?
Edited by Katrin Lena Schneider on 16-08-2020 14:25
 
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Sorry, do you see my posted image of the fly? This is my first post and I do not yet seem to understand how it works...
 
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Hi Katrin, it seems your image has not been accepted. The filename should not contain spaces and special characters except _ and -. Also, your photo must not be larger than 200000 bytes. (See the FAQ for more information).

Greetings, Eric
 
Katrin Lena Schneider
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Thanks Eric! I will try to post it again.
 
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found on 5.8.2020 in Austria, Vorarlberg, Fontanella, Zafernmaisäß at appr. 1500m
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here is another image
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Yes, Philipomyia aprica.

Theo
 
Katrin Lena Schneider
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Thanks, Theo! Wink
Could you maybe tell me how to tell it apart from Tabanus autumnalis?
 
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Colouration of eye and shape of frontal callus (though the first suffices).

See https://www.eis-nederland.nl/DesktopModules/Bring2mind/DMX/API/Entries/Download?command=core_download&entryid=807&language=nl-NL&PortalId=4&TabId=563
 
Katrin Lena Schneider
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Thanks for the link!! That is a great source.
Katrin
 
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