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Tachinid from 04.08.22: Peleteria rubescens? --> confirmed
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Hello,

this one did not seem to be the usual Tachina fera today in our courtyard (northwest Germany). Is Peleteria rubescens correct?
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Hallo Jürgen, Peleteria is correct, but I'm not sure if it's rubescens as the tergites do not seem to be distinctly dusted basally?
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There is only one species at Juergen’s with dark antenna … rubescens.

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Thanks a lot, Theo!
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