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Tachinidae II - Hubneria affinis
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I think male Huberia affinis, the scutellum is a bit dark, though.
Check whether the backside of hind coxa has a strong bristle (very difficult to photograph, though)

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Thanks so much! Yes, it is difficult to see if there a strong bristle on hind coxa...

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Have a strict lateral view
 
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Use a Sarcophaga spec to learn the trick
 
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Thanks, there is a strong bristle on the back of the hind coxa. Then I remove the question mark.

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Yes, I would do that !

Nice it worked out.

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