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Panzeria (Fausta) nemorum <-- Sarcophgidae look-a-like: Calliphoridae or Tachinidae?
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Posted on 15-05-2022 00:40
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Austria, Hohe Wand, 14-May-2022, 860m asl
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You can say that again !

First thought is something like Panzeria (Fausta) nemorum.

Theo
 
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Second thought, too, and I think it's a male:
https://diptera.i...o_id=11467
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Well, you can’t complain I am inconsistent Smile

Thanks


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Absolutely not! TumbsUp
Greetings, Eric
 
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More photos in iNat observation: https://www.inatu.../117055211
At same location there was also a Panzeria rudis, but this was clear https://www.inatu.../117058755
Edited by Waldgeist on 15-05-2022 09:12
 
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Posted on 16-05-2022 08:53
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As for rudis, yes, I agree, but in the eastern Palaearctic several similar species pop up with different genitalia (see P. linguacercus Zeegers from Ussuri).
I got another new one from Mordovia.
In some cases (Gymnochaeta magna, G. zhelechovtsevi, Chrysosomopsis macrocercus), these Russian species eventually pop up in western Europe as well, especially in Fennoscandia and the Alps. So when possible, check the genitalia !


Theo
 
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