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Tachinidae cf. Elizeta helluo
KostasZontanos
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Posted on 19-05-2017 20:55
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Location: Woodland edge in mount Chortiatis (Northern Greece). Date: May 18, 2017.
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My guess is Eliozeta helluo (female), but wait for Theo!

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Thank you Piros! Eliozeta helluo or pellucens? Or Clytiomyia?
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Yes, these are the questions Smile

If I see it well, arista is not thickened. If that is correct, E. pellucens is ruled out.
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I agree. Good call.

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