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FFHRheingau

FFHRheingau

"FFH Rheingau" is a hobby-project of two people loving to photograph what's living around them, with a focus on arthropods.

Wiesbaden, Germany

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FFHRheingau Robber Fly
Robber Fly commented on by FFHRheingau Minnesota, USA7 years ago

Yes, the fly in your link also belongs to the Asilidae, not the Tabanidae :)

FFHRheingau Robber Fly
Robber Fly commented on by FFHRheingau Minnesota, USA7 years ago

Yes, I'm with venusfly. But I can't make more than the family of it, especially since I'm not familiar with the Asilidae of the US. But maybe it's the genus Tolmerus.

FFHRheingau Leiterbock
Leiterbock commented on by FFHRheingau Rüdesheim am Rhein, Hessen, Germany8 years ago

Ah, great! And you're welcome :-p Hm, I'm sure there are still some other longbeetles deep down in my folders - your mission surely will continue to grow :-p

FFHRheingau Leiterbock
Leiterbock commented on by FFHRheingau Rüdesheim am Rhein, Hessen, Germany8 years ago

Yep, it always is! There's waiting another one we saw just a couple of weeks ago.
I didn't forget about you or PN, at the moment there's much work, and in the spare time we are outside taking photos - in the evening I'm just too tired to work on the spottings. This will get better, at the latest in winter :-p

FFHRheingau Asiatischer Marienkäfer / Harlequin Ladybird
Asiatischer Marienkäfer / Harlequin Ladybird commented on by FFHRheingau Wiesbaden, Hessen, Germany8 years ago

Of course, fixed that ;)

FFHRheingau Spider
Spider commented on by FFHRheingau Croatia8 years ago

I just take a look at your recent spottings :)

FFHRheingau Harlequin Ladybird
Harlequin Ladybird commented on by FFHRheingau Croatia8 years ago

Beautiful, but also more aggressive than our native ones. Today I photographed one (with another pattern) and suddenly it flew directly on my camera - I guess it had enough of me and showed it clearly :-p

FFHRheingau Spider
Spider commented on by FFHRheingau Croatia8 years ago

may be = maybe :-p

FFHRheingau Spider
Spider commented on by FFHRheingau Croatia8 years ago

This seems to be a spider of the genus Gibbaranea, may be you can determine it now :)

FFHRheingau Harlequin Ladybird
Harlequin Ladybird commented on by FFHRheingau Croatia8 years ago

Ha, we found one with the same pattern today - the images are blurry, but I'll put one up shortly :)

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