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Tachinidae -> Paratryphera bisetosa
MorganA
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Could it be Hemimacquartia paradoxa?

Carcelia is my second option, depending on where i go in couplet 144.
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It is a Paratryphera, you misjudged the calypter, I guess.
Palpus is yellow, should be a big help (? bisetosa)

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Indeed missjudged the calypter again. Thank you very much. P. bisetosa it is.
 
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It is a feature difficult to undersTand, but now you have seen it, it should be very obvious next time .

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