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Which Tachinidae? => Nemoraea pellucida
Karsten Thomsen
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Old oakdominated park-woodland, Vemmetofte Kloster, Zealand, Denmark, 11 July 2021.
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Male Nemoraea pellucida.
You don’t see that every day.

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Thanks a lot, Theo. I am not surprised that it is not an everyday species. The place is quite exceptional. :-)
 
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Possibly only the seond registration in Denmark.
 
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Really ?
Did you check the old Lundbeck as well and not just your online database ? (Dipter Danica)
(I did not)

In Europe, it is a more eastern species so I was not too surprised to see it from Sjaelland. But still a nice find !

Theo
 
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I will try checking it out. But one of our most experienced dipterists, Walther Grist, commented a find from Jutland last year that it "might be the first in Denmark"...
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You can find a scan of Lundbeck online
But fauna-eu gives the species for DK and hasn’t been updated for a while ….

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Dear Theo,
I was regrettably not familiar with my countryman Lundbeck, but have now downloded the whole treasure of his works, and you were obviously right; Lundbeck reports the species as "not rare" and lists forest localities both in Jutland, Lolland and Zealand, including Faxe Ladeplads where I found it.

Thank you for a most useful hint!

Karsten
 
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Dear Theo,
I was regrettably not familiar with my countryman Lundbeck, but have now downloded the whole treasure of his works, and you were obviously right; Lundbeck reports the species as "not rare" and lists forest localities both in Jutland, Lolland and Zealand, including Faxe Ladeplads where I found it.

Thank you for a most useful hint!

Karsten
 
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Q.E.D.

Lundbeck is of course outdated, but his work is of pretty high standards. (at least for Tachinidae)


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