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Calliphoridae - Eurychaeta muscaria
Liliane D
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A big one, about 13 - 14 mm
The 07 October 2017 on Ivy in the South of France.
I do not find the drawing of wings and the colors of body in Tachinidae which I was able to see on galleries
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A very nice Eurychaeta muscaria (Calliphoridae). I have never seen this species.


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Many thanks Theo,
Is she rare and more particularly present in the Mediterranean region?
 
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Yes, it is a southern species. In Central Europe, you have Eu. palpalis, with a much smaller head.

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So, please submit the first pic for the gallery !

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With "Add this attachment to family album", in Calliphoridae ?
 
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That would be your the, but I already added it. Smile
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Thank you Paul,
I prefer that you make it because I am afraid of not making it correctly
 
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Hello
Why not Eurychaeta palpalis ?

In this work ; British blowflies (Calliphoridae) and woodlouse flies (Rhinophoridae) (Steven Falk draft key March 2016).pdf pages 18 et 38.
- p. 18 : lower part of parafacialia with some very long and strong bristles => Eurychaeta palpalis
p. 38 : E. muscaria is a central and southern European species with much broader parafacialia that only bear a single strong bristle (3-4 present in E. palpalis).

therefore parafacialia with several strong bristles this should be Eurychaeta palpalis.

Louis
 
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