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Tachinidae - Aplomyia confinis
hedy2411
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Posted on 30-10-2021 20:43
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Can this be a Epicampocera succincta..?
Found 20-5-21 in Zeist, Holland
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Hi, I think it's not Epicampocera succincta - this one has a black scutellum. Do you have more fotos of this fly? It reminds me of a fly that is very rare in May: Sturmia bella, but for my limited knowledge more pictures could help to identify.
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It is Aplomyia confinis, which is very easy to identify …. but not from this angle.

Theo
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Thank you Eric and Theo for your reactions!
I have a few terrible pictures, maybe they can help as Theo may recognize a fly from it's shadow Smile
I will upload it soon OK.

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Hedy
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with excuses for the delay... can this picture help..?
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I already made the call


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I hoped to make it more sure, but it already is..Smile

Thanks again Theo!

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Hedy
 
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