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(S +) Insect of the year: »The Woodstock of the camel neck fly is a farm in Upper Austria«

2021-12-05T23:34:22.264Z

Thomas Schmitt heads the Institute for Insect Research. Here he explains why he is enthusiastic about the black-necked camel-neck fly - and which beetles are still collected today as Nazi souvenirs.



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The black camel neck fly (raphidia mediterranea)

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Harald Bruckner

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