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Tachinid, Netherlands Siphona spec
thijsdegraaf
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Posted on 24-04-2024 16:40
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Photo 20-4-2024. On a Deutzia in the Netherlands (Bergen, North Holland). An Ocytata pallipes maybe Frown?

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Posted on 24-04-2024 17:38
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Hello Thijs, Ocytata pallipes is correct.
Greetings, Eric Kloeckner
 
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Posted on 24-04-2024 18:12
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Thanks Eric!

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Posted on 25-04-2024 11:23
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I've got a message of Theo Zeegers on a Dutch site that it's on other species. Namely Siphona spec. When I see the long snout I recognize this species, but this time I was wrong. Frown Thanks Theo.
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Sorry (and thanks to Theo)! I thought the post-angular vein was not visible, but it is. And the antenna is dark...
Greetings, Eric Kloeckner
 
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I should have known better too, Eric. Siphona is quite common in our garden. But this time I didn't recognize it. I should have looked more closely at the post-angular vein indeed. Fortunately, Theo paid more attention. TumbsUp
Regards, Thijs
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I can confirm all of the above Smile

Theo
 
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