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Tachinidae, help id, please
Eugene K
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May be, it is Tachina fera?
2021_07_12 Russia. Novgorod district.
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Hi, I think it's a female T. magnicornis - T&H key:
1. fore tarsus black/brown
2. 4th segment of the fore tarsus clearly wider than long

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I doubt it. The antenna and especially the humerus is way too orange. There are more options around Moskau…

Theo
 
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Eric, Theo, thank you!
 
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