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Tachinidae - September - Medina cf. separata
Morten A Mjelde
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A Medina-ish Tachinid. Attracted to light trap - September 7, Telemark Norway.
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It is a female Medina, possibly separata.

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Thanks so much! Medina separata seems to be rare in Norway. Sees that the shape of the tergits is important. Maybe I could look at it in a stereomicroscope. Is "The Tachinids (Diptera: Tachinidae) of Central Europe" an ok key?

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Yes, please make a shot from behind. It might be collaris, if that is any help.

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And yes, the key is excellent. there is an English translation freely available on Chris Rapers website.

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Thanks. I did not find it where I thought it was. Perhaps later - sorry.

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