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Tachinid fly --> Linnaemya sp.
Michael Stemmer
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Hello,

can someone identify this fly? It should be a tachinidae, maybe a Phryxe sp.?

Location: Germany, Rhineland-Palatinum, 53572 Unkel, river Rhine valley, Stux hill, dry and warm habitat (grapeyards), meadow in front of a grapeyard, 12. 07. 2017.

Thanks in advance,

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Long pedicel, projecting chin, and hairy eyes are typical of tribe Ernestiini. Linnaemya?
 
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Indeed.

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Thank you, John and Theo!

Greetings,

Michael
 
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