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Tachinidae -> Platymyia fimbriata
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South Norway 3.8.2021

I ended up at Lypha dubia when I key this, but I never feel very comfortable with my keying skills.
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Lypha is stricly april - may, so your doubts are correct

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Platymyia fimbriata.

It seems to lack all features, but then look for the small very black inner margin of the calypter - a big clue !
Moreover, the 6th section of costa (median vein to wing tip) is as large or larger than the fourth. Rather unusual.

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Great! Thank you once again Theo!Smile
 
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