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Hottentottenfliege

Villa hottentotta

Description:

SIZE: 11-19 mm

Habitat:

From spring to summer the adults visit flowers. On sandy spots on the floor they like to bathe in the sun.
DISTRIBUTION: North-Africa, Europe and Asia.

Notes:

First time we found one :D

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2 Comments

FFHRheingau
FFHRheingau 7 years ago

Yep, I had to move sloooowly, and it flew several times up, but never far, only some centimeters, and BAM! finally I got it :-p

injica
injica 7 years ago

I am finding them every day but they are even more crazy than small moths, no chance to make a decent photo :) you were lucky!

FFHRheingau
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FFHRheingau

Lorch (Rhein), Hessen, Germany

Spotted on Jul 6, 2013
Submitted on Jul 7, 2013

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