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It's Lophosia time!
Sundew
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Posted on 01-08-2022 01:16
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Hi,
I had just identified yesterday's photos of a black slender tachinid (Mintho-like shape) to be Lophosia fasciata, new to me, when I see Roger's thread on the same species. Apparently they are now flying all over Europe! My photos are from a damp forest path in the foothills of the Black Forest (south-west Germany). I think confusion is impossible, the dark banded wings and the broad 3rd antennal segments are striking.
Here are some pictures.
Wishing you all many more exciting finds,
Sundew
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Juergen Peters
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Posted on 02-08-2022 17:00
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Hello Sundew!

I read your post yesterday, and today I saw my first Lophosia fasciata since 5 years. Grin
On Heracleum sphondylium on a meadow near forest (northwest Germany). It was only my fourth find ever.

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Best regards,
Jürgen

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Posted on 02-08-2022 23:34
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Very nice pics! TumbsUp
It took me nearly 70 years to make its aquaintance!
 
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