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Tachinidae ID? -> Macquartia tessellum
smol
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Posted on 12-06-2024 14:47
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Netherlands, today

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Tachinidae, I think.
Greetings, Eric Kloeckner
 
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Posted on 12-06-2024 21:18
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eklans wrote:
Tachinidae, I think.


Thank you!
 
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Female Macquartia tessellum, to be more precise.
That is a surprise, this species is rare in the Netherlands.
Could you post the details for the record here or on waarneming.nl. ?

thanks

Theo
 
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Zeegers wrote:
Female Macquartia tessellum, to be more precise.
That is a surprise, this species is rare in the Netherlands.
Could you post the details for the record here or on waarneming.nl. ?

thanks

Theo


That is amazing Theo! The observation is here https://waarnemin...314173744/
It is a small stroke of sandy/grass. Let me know if you'd want more info.
Edited by smol on 14-06-2024 12:39
 
Zeegers
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Posted on 15-06-2024 20:49
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It is a typical grassland species. I found it on airbase Soesterberg, but definitely very rare (but given climate change likely to become more common)

Theo
 
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