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British Tachinid for ID
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Posted on 06-02-2018 22:17
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Found an unidentified Tachinid among my photos.
London, Morden Hall Park, 19 June 2016

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A Thelaira sp. I think ?
 
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tlegrand wrote:
A Thelaira sp. I think ?

Thanks! =) Maybe Theo Zeegers will elaborate to species...
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Do you have nigripes, these days ?

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Zeegers wrote:
Do you have nigripes, these days ?
Theo

Fauna Europaea lists it as British. Is it that one?
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yes.

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Zeegers wrote:
yes.

Theo

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