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Tachinidae - unknown.
Morten A Mjelde
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South Norway, Telemark 02.06.2021. 6,9 mm.

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Looks like a Billaea (?). Arista with short hairs ?

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Thank you! Yes, there is short hair on arista.

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Impossible to determine from the photo?

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I am still struggling.

It is too small for Billaea or Estheria. It keys out to Dinera, but I don’t believe that. Wing venation suggests some Blondeliini. Note the majority of hairs on backside of head are dark. “proclinate” orbital bristles are actually lateroclinate, very unusual in Tachinidae. Artificial ? Are we very very sure this is not some weird Calliohoridae (Eggisops ???)

Some thoughts

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Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts on what this could be! Smile

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So did you chck the postscutellum to definitely establish the family ?


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I've been on vacation and just got home. Gonna see what I can do tomorrow ...

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Good for you !
 
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Yes absolutely!


Looks like it has a postscutellum ...

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It soes, it does !

Need to rethink this, but first to work.

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Is it possible to go further with this?

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