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Tachinidae, a really strange specimen
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Hello, I have caught this species in Poland, at August.
I’m in doubt with this specimen, because I just can’t find what this could be. There are 3 postsutural ia, so surely not Phasiinae. Prosternum is densely hairy. Body shape is totally like a Cylindromyia, but R5 cell is open and body is almost completely black. AND lenght is approximately 11 mms! What is this? Could you help me please? My best tip is Exorista rustica group, but adomen is not narrowing towards its tip.
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My thought is Exorista, based on the wing veins and the extent of the frontal bristles down onto the parafacial.
 
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i din’t have a problem with Exorista rustica- group.

check the syncercus for long, yellow hairs ( it is a male, right ?)


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