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Tachinidae. Phasia ?
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Posted on 21-05-2022 20:58
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Mediterranean scrub next to wetland area. 600 m. South central Spain. April 2022.
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Yes. One from the pusilla group.

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Thanks a lot Theo!
 
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All the species into the pusilla group, belongs to Hyalomya subgenus too?
 
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Yes, that is the same. I am not sure if subgenus is a useful concept, hence the choice of my formulation.

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Thank you very much again!
 
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