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Tachinidae - Macquartia (dispar?) (male)
Liliane D
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Posted on 03-05-2023 16:26
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Hello,
I saw it a few days ago and again on May 03, 2023 on an oak leaf (Quercus).
In the south of France.
body: 7.5 mm long.
Thank you for your help
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John Carr
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Tachinidae. Sarcophagidae have bare eyes.
 
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Thanks John,
I correct. Any idea what genus? I don't have this species in my records yet.
 
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Hello! I would say that this is a Macquartia species (maybe dispar?) but I’m not sure in this.
 
Liliane D
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Thank you very much varganimrod,
This is a genus I don't know yet in my garden.
For the males I understand that the dust patterns on the abdomen help to get to the species and from the photos I can see, Macquartia dispar does seem to match.
 
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