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Muscidae from Italian Alps
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Posted on 22-09-2022 13:29
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Val Veny, Val d'Aosta, Italy - 2022-07-31

May you identify this specimen?

Thank you.SmileSmile
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Peleteria with unusually red antennae.
 
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I’d say Tachina cf. casta.

The ‘Peleteria-bristle’ is actually the opposite vibrissa.


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