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Tachinidae 26.04.2023, Macquartia.. => Macquartia dispar
Volker
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Posted on 27-04-2023 08:59
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Hello,

Please identify the species.
Germany, Saarland, Bexbach, Garden on blackcurrant, Absolute Altitude 250 m, 26.04.2023

Greetings, Volker

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Might be a male Macquartia sp, They can look very Muscid-like.
 
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Hi tristram,

It could possibly be Macquartia. The species in the genus look very similar to my fly. Maybe someone can identify the species?

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Definitely Macquartia, might very well the male of M. dispar.


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Hello Theo,

Thank you very much for your answer and determination.

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