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Tachinidae > Brachicheta strigata
Raimo
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Posted on 11-03-2018 21:47
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Mid Sweden March 24 2015.
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Bothria frontosa.

24.iii must be the national ‘early bird’ record for Sweden.

Theo
 
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Hi Theo,
Would Brachicheta strigata not be a better candidate.
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Stephen
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Yes, it seems small, doesn’t it ?
I did not expect it so early in Sweden !

Theo
 
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Yes, it seems small, doesn’t it ?
I did not expect it so early in Sweden !

Theo
 
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Ok, I change to Brachicheta strigata. Both Bothria frontosa and Brachicheta strigata are reported in March.
 
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