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Tachinidae, 3 mm, South HU
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Posted on 30-04-2012 22:45
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Hi, a friend of mine, Henrik Gyurkovics has posted this on the Hungarian Fauna forum. Can someone determine it to Genus/Species? We suppose Tachnidae, Phasiinae:
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Besseria anthophila, I think.
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Wow - interesting species - one for the gallery Smile
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Indeed, Besseria anthophila or zonaria, impossible to telll from picture.

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Many thanks from Henrik, I'll post it to the gallery!
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