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Tachinidae from Norway - Panzeria rudis, male.
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Is it possible to id this, even if the pictures could have been better? Quite large - forest area in south Norway, Telemark 13.06.2021.
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You see the apical scutellars ?

So, this is Paneria rudis male.
But the vertex is a bit broad, I’d love to check the genitalia for P. linguacercus from Russian far East. You never know, if you don’t check !

( cf. recent discovery of Gymnochaeta zhelochovtsevi in Finland)

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Thank you so much!

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