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Tachinidae - Eliozeta pellucens - probably male.
Ray Perry
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Posted on 09-08-2021 10:27
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Recorded in Flensburg meadow, N. Germany on Achillea millefolium on a bright sunny day. The seemed very active. It rained the next day. Also seen on Tanacetum vulgare.
Body +/-5-7mm long

I think it might be an Eliozeta Sp.
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More detail.
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Hi Ray, the antennae are very close, segment 3 longer than twice 2nd, arista ⅔ thickend = E. pellucens.
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Thank You Eric.

Can you tell if it is a male or female?

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With the mostly yellow abdomen and the naked parafrontalia I'm quite sure it's a male.
Greetings, Eric
 
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Thanks again Eric.
 
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