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Tachinid for ID, C Spain --> Periscepsia handlirschi
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Posted on 15-04-2013 20:16
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I found this spectacular antennaed Tachinid in the outskirts of Madrid yesterday April the 14th 2013, chalk-land area by a lagoon. It was sitting on a rock, but it was there only for two seconds and moved to another spot on the same rock. It was like this for half an hour. A nightmare to photograph, but that was part of the fun Grin

I think it might be a Wagneriini: very long subapical scutellar bristles, erect bristles on the scutellum, very bristly face, typical petiole,... But I cannot find anything that fits Sad Sad Perhaps a Wagneria?? But it doesn't look like the Wagneria I usually see. I am totally confused.

Help, pleaaaase!! Shock Thanks!! Wink
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Another view.
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Another one yet.
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And the last one.
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Very interesting ... I agree with your assessment but it doesn't remind me of anything either ... lovely photos though so maybe someone else will know Smile
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Thanks for your input, Chris!! Smile At least you didn't have to tell me that it doesn't look at all like a Wagneriini Wink Grin Very happy to know that you agree TumbsUp
 
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The enormous third antennal segment strongly suggests Periscepsia handlirschi, I'm pretty sure that is what it is. This species occurs inland in Spain, so that agrees with Madrid as well.

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Thanks you soooo much, Theo!! Smile

And so happy to see you here again! Wink Welcome back! Smile

It would be a new species for the gallery Wink I have to do something about it Grin
 
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