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Tachinidae from south of France
Mathieu michel
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Posted on 16-10-2021 19:02
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A Tachinidae found in a vineyard (Hérault - France). I think it is Peleteria, but I hesitate between P.varia and P.meridionalis

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Michel Mathieu : France : Saint-Pons-de-Mauchiens : 34230 : 13/10/2021
Altitude : 86 m - Taille : 11-12 mm
Réf. : 293325


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Michel Mathieu : France : Saint-Pons-de-Mauchiens : 34230 : 13/10/2021
Altitude : 60 m - Taille : 11-12 mm
Réf. : 293338
Edited by Mathieu michel on 17-10-2021 09:31
 
Mathieu michel
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May be a confirmation for Peleteria sp. ?
 
John Carr
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Peleteria
 
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OK, thank you.
 
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Yes, and meriodionalis is an early spring species.

Might very well be iavana (= varia)

Theo
 
Mathieu michel
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thank you for your confirmation, the flight period is certainly a decisive indication.
Best regards,
Michel Mathieu
 
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