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Tachinidae -> Hubneria affinis
MorganA
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Another one I am not quite sure about.
I am thinking Huebneria affinis (Don't think this species is registered in Norway though, but it is in Sweden)

Its a shame the apical scutellars are knocked off, but from the small stub of one of them it seem rather raised.

South west Norway 30th May 2022
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Yes, that looks good for Hubneria adfinis. Check whether backside of hind coxa has a bristle (best seen in strict lateral view in most cases)

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Thank you! I will check tomorrow, gotta leave it to soften a bit, in current position it was hard to asses weather the hairs came from abdomen or coxa. I see that it is found in Norway, as Hubneria.
 
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It does indeed have some rather long bristle like hairs on pd side of hind coxa (difficult to capture on photo tho)
 
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Yes, that settles it (Hubneria)

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