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Maherjos
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Posted on 08-05-2022 16:25
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On the facade of the ground floor of a building in the urban center of Motril, (Granada, Spain)
Photograph taken on May 8, 2022

Thank you in advance for your help.
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Hi, it's a Tachinidae - I'm not sure, but it could be a female Labigastera forcipata?
Greetings, Eric Kloeckner
 
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eklans wrote:
Hi, it's a Tachinidae - I'm not sure, but it could be a female Labigastera forcipata?


Thank you eklans !
With your guidance I edit the title, hoping that some other specialist also wants to give us their opinion.
 
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1200 ppp
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It seems to be a female Labigastera nitidula, but a closeup of the piercer would be useful


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