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Muscidae sp.? => Tachinidae -> Rhamphina sp.
Mtfyfe
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Posted on 26-10-2021 21:31
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12.09.21, Switzerland, 1630 m, grazing grounds.
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eklans
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Hi, it's of Tachinidae - could be Dexia rustica, if my eyes don't deceive me.
Greetings, Eric
 
Mtfyfe
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Thank you Eric,
I did not look at this family and I see nothing yellowish (from the German name) but you might be right.
Regards
Lars
 
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Hi Lars, I'm sure about Tachinidae, but unfortunately not sure that it's Dexia (I didn't find one yet).
Greetings, Eric
 
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OK guys, take a very good look at the second picture …..
 
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Did you see it ? Very long proboscis
 
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Rhamphina

Theo
 
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Zeegers wrote:
Did you see it ? Very long proboscis


I didn't - but now I see it... and now I've heard of Rhamphina Smile
Thank you, Theo!
Greetings, Eric
 
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Hello Theo,
thank you for this hint. Rhamphina is new to me. Again something learned.
Best wishes
Lars
 
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