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Tachinidae from Bulgaria [Bothria frontosa or Panzeria puparum]
exonie
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Posted on 07-04-2021 21:29
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North-West Bulgaria, 1 April 2021
Tachinid fly on flowers of Prunus spinosa.
Is it possible to narrow down the ID?

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Edited by exonie on 08-04-2021 15:22
 
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It is either Bothria frontosa or Panzeria puparum male. The two are surprisingly similar from above.

Theo
 
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Panzeria puparum
 
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Because ?
To give a counter argument: the prae-alar looks strong.

Theo
 
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Thank you both!
 
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Are there any more angles available ? In a lateral view, it is straightforward.

Thanks

Theo
Edited by Zeegers on 08-04-2021 18:09
 
exonie
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No, sorry. This is all I have. I usually try to take lateral shots but with live specimens it's not always possible.
 
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