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A sandy tachinid (maybe Prosena siberita?)
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Posted on 28-04-2016 21:20
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Tachinid from a sandy, coastal area in S Sweden 6 august. Is it possible to ID? Body length 9 mm and long haors on arista.
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Perhaps Prosena siberita - with the long proboscis? Or are there any similar species?
 
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I don't think it could be anything else than P. siberita female, but I am not an expert!
Greetings,
Henrik
 
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Thanks!

Krister
 
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