Leptogaster cylindrica

  • Leptogaster cylindrica
  • Leptogaster cylindrica

Leptogaster cylindrica

Règne : Animalia
Embranchement : Arthropoda
Classe : Insecta
Ordre : Diptera
Famille : Asilidae
Genre Leptogaster
Espèce: Leptogaster cylindrica (De Geer, 1776)

La longueur du corps des adultes 11-18 mm
Les pattes 3 sont déterminantes.
Les ailes sont plus courtes que l'abdomen.
Le troisième segment antennaire se termine par un poil.
Cle pour Léptogaster

Confusion possible
avec Leptogaster guttiventris mais le fémur postérieur est rougeâtre 

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Photo 1 Amiens SB Leptogaster sp cf cylindrica
Photo 2  lauriaut (France [84530] 27/05/2010) - Taille : 13 mm  source http://www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/view.php?adr=image%2Fdos57%2Ftemp%2Fimg_9024.jpg


Photo Amiens Aout 2014 SB  

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Observation en Picardie de Leptogaster cylindrica

Ajoutée le 11 févr. 2014 par Sany Gal

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