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Tachinidae - Exorista rustica group
tim worfolk
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Posted on 18-07-2009 21:32
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Looks to me like Exorista, but I've been wrong before...

18/7/2009; Devon, England.

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Yup - looks like Exorista rustica (group - including mimula, tubulosa, rustica) to me (mustard-coloured face dusting, long pointy abdomen, parafacial bristles, 3 post-dc, shadow-fold on median vein) ... most probably E. rustica itself (based on appearance & being very common this time of year) Smile

[tubulosa looks almost identical but is rarer and needs genitalia, while mimula is usually much smaller]
Edited by ChrisR on 18-07-2009 21:45
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