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Asilidae (Family)


Red Grasshawk (Neurothemis fluctuans) killed by a Huge Robberfly Asilidae (Family).


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iGo Sugiarto
iGo Sugiarto 8 years ago

Thanks Malcolm Wilton-Jones, you solve the "video prolem saving".

Yes ...logical, they suck their victims!!
I notice you are having trouble with your videos and if you go to "Support" bottom of the screen, they can help you with that problem... : )

iGo Sugiarto
iGo Sugiarto 8 years ago

Look at the 5th pic.. there is a suction tool like a mosquitos suction. Maybe sucking is the way they eating their prey.

I read something about their spiny legs to catch prey in flight, but when it comes to eating their prey.. I have no idea...?!

iGo Sugiarto
iGo Sugiarto 8 years ago

Thanks Gilma

iGo Sugiarto
iGo Sugiarto 8 years ago

How they can bite another insects without fang?

That is fantastic!! That is some Robberfly, congratulations on that great spotting.

iGo Sugiarto
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Spotted on Nov 11, 2012
Submitted on Nov 13, 2012


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