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Brazilian Peckia sp. - Sarcophagidae
bonitin
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Posted on 26-10-2010 17:03
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Hi,

I realize that this is an impossible one to id. to specie level but maybe a Genus is possible?Wink

22nd January 2010 rainforest Paraty-Brazil

Thank you!
Myriam Smile
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Posted on 26-10-2010 17:37
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Not a tachinid - it's a sarcophagid Smile Change the title to attract Thomas Pape Wink
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Ooops, got it wrong once again, I thought Tachinid because of the strong bristles on its rear end...Grin
Thanks Chris, will change the title..
Myriam Smile
 
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The clue with this photo is the strong stripes on the thorax, the long chequered abdomen and red eyes Smile
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OK! Got it, thanks! Smile
 
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Most probably a species of Peckia.
 
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Thank you Thomas! Smile I'll change the title..
 
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