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Tachinidae -> Dinera fuscana
Haleun
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Posted on 18-11-2015 23:05
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Hello,
this fly was found in Bad Sachsa, Germany, Harz mountains (360 m) on July 31 between beech forest and fish ponds. Could it be Dinera carinifrons?

Thank you for an answer!

Hans
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Yes, except for the fact that the species has been split in two

carinifrons s.s. and fuscana.

Need to check the distribution.

THeo
 
Haleun
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Posted on 23-11-2015 21:57
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Dear Theo,
thank you very much for your answer!
Have you checked the distribution?

Hans
 
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Posted on 09-11-2016 23:00
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Dear Theo,

I hope you come across. Have you made a final decision?

Hans
 
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It is quite likely fuscana


Theo
 
Haleun
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Posted on 14-02-2018 17:01
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Dear Theo,

more than 1 year too late I send you a big Thank You!

Hans
 
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