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tachinid fly. Ernestia rudis this time??
thijsdegraaf
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Posted on 11-04-2014 20:25
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Hi,
In 2008 I've got the name Ernestia rudis for my fly on the Dutch forum. Now I know a bit more about tachinid flies I have my doubts.
Photo 7-9-2008 Bergen The Netherlands.
An old photo and an old fly. I hope you can tell me more.
Regards Thijs

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Zeegers
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Posted on 12-04-2014 07:44
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And with good reason !

It is Eurithia anthophila


[Ernestia s.s., currently Panzeria, is strickly spring]

Theo
 
thijsdegraaf
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Posted on 13-04-2014 12:52
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Thanks Theo.
I'm glad, I've asked. It's the first and the last time I've seen this fly.
Regards, Thijs
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Posted on 14-05-2014 18:59
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I think today I have photographed a real Ernestia rudis in our garden. Never seen before! But there are more Ernestia species. Frown
Bergen, The Netherlands.

Regards, Thijs
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Posted on 15-05-2014 06:44
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Totally correct !

this is the real P. rudis, male


Theo
 
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Thanks Theo. It's nice to find new species in the garden.
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