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Calliphoridae?->Pales (Tachinidae)
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Posted on 13-03-2024 02:57
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Photographed very recently in Zhejiang China. A Calliphoridae species or something else? Thanks!
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For me, it looks more like one of the Tachinidae: swollen subscutellum, red scutellum, hairy eyes - but I'm not sure.
Greetings, Eric Kloeckner
 
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Thank you! Maybe you're right as I wasn't able to find a calliphorid that matches the fly.
 
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Similar to this Pales: https://diptera.i..._id=110131.
 
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Wow, you're right! Thank you so much! I totally forgot about it! They were photographed in a different hill but yes they look similar and are very likely conspecific. Thank you for reminding me of it! TumbsUp
 
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