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Tachinidae from Puerto Maldonado (PerĂº) 3 -> Archytas sp. and Sarcophagidae
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Jungle, 3/11/16.

If someone can tell something about the smaller one it would be aprecciated too.

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The smaller one is Sarcophagidae to me...
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Thanks Piluca. Your name sounds familiar to me ;o)
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Thanks John. Recently, you identified me another probably Archytas very similar to this one, so the possibility of the other to be Archytas too increase.
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