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Tachinidae 2 - Gymnocheta viridis female
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SE Norway
15. May
Open pine forest
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I Guess this is a Gymnocheta sp. In Norway we have only G. viridis and G. magna. I think this fly is not G. viridis (?). Different color on the calypters...
Is this then Gymnocheta magna?

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The two are very similar, especially in the female sex. To me, this is female viridis, The habitat supports this.


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Thank you very much for Your reply! Smile

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