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Tachinidae, Ernestia puparum from Romania
cosmln
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Posted on 06-04-2007 15:34
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Hi,

again with another tachinid from Romania.
photographed in 11 march 2007 in Iron Gate Natural Park (in a Fagus forest), size aprox 9-10 mm.

thanks for any help

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I think it is Ernestia puparum.
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@Nikita: again thanks

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my thought as well


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