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12/12 Cylindromyia xylotina (Tachinidae) (male)
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12/12 Cylindromyia xylotina (Tachinidae) (male)
Italy, Aosta Valley, Monte Bianco, 5th August 2017. Altitude 1 950m
Alpine Meadow.
Hind tibia missing pv bristle, ventral bristles on T2, long 2nd segment of arista and long 3rd antennal segment compared to the relatively more common C. brevicornis

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Nice high alpine habitatSmile...
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and parafacial much more narrow…

quite a nice find !


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You should make this available for future generations somewhere online


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Cylindromyia get overlooked sometimes because a few species are rather common but actually there is a nice diversity TumbsUp

Thanks as always for your expert knowledge,
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Well, you didn’t need my expertise, excellent job

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