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ID? - Tachinidae I think..
AlvaroPerez
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Any idea? from South Spain. Gymnosoma sp. maybe?
Thanks!! Smile
 
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Not Gymnosoma for sure. But cannot you post a closer short? Hardly anything is visible but the shape and abdominal pattern, which isn't extremely useful.

The general looks remind me of some species of Musca (vitripennis and relatives) but it is hard to say without seeing at least the wing venation Sad And there might be other possibilities.
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Yes, my gut feeling is Musca.

Theo
 
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Thank you very much Piluca and Theo. I dont have more photos, but a friend has. I will. I am going to ask for them and I will publish it. Thanks!! Smile
 
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The photos are not mine, they are from Faluke Smile
 
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Musca cf. vitripennis. Wink
Stephane.
 
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Thanks Stephane!! Smile
 
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