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Tachinid from Heracleum #1: Hemyda vittata? (07.08.09) --> confirmed
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Hi!

This 5-6 mm Tachinid is a new one for me. Found two days ago on Heracleum sphondylium near forest (northwest Germany). is Hemyda vittata correct or are there similar species? Can something be said about the host(s) of this fly? I have read that H. obscuripennis is parasitizing mostly Arma custos (Pentatomidae).
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correct
Nice find

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Zeegers wrote:
correct
Nice find


Thanks again, Theo!
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