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small tachinid?->Yes, Peribaea sp.
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Photographed today from Zhejiang China. Very small, 4mm in body length I guess. A Tachinidae species (something like Blondeliini)? Thanks as always!
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Tachinidae. The body looks like one of the small Tachininae, e.g. Siphonini, but the point at the upper tip of the antenna is found in tribe Acemyiini (subfamily Exoristinae).

The scutellar bristles are not of the typical Blondeliini form.
 
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Fantastic! Thank you for the confirmation and enlightening comment! TumbsUp
 
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Maybe Peribaea.
 
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Definitely !

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What a pleasant surprise! Kudos to you for getting down to genus!TumbsUp
 
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