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Tabanidae?
Michael V
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Hello,
i need ID. Is this a Tabanidae?
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Hello Michael, this is not a Tabanidae sp, it is a Therevidae sp.
John and Nini. Naturalists not experts.
 
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Thank you.
I think it is Thereva nobilitata.

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Hello Michael, this is not a Tabanidae sp, it is a Therevidae sp.
 
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Hello Michael, I agree with Thereva but we need an expert opnion about a species. i have experience only with Thereva nobilitata but i forget the details. I do remember that a bristle should be present somewhere on the thorax, which we cannot see in these photos. I am not qualified to suggest a species here. You should wait to see if someone can help you. I suggest we leave it at Thereva sp. for now.
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Please always post date and localilt. Makes life so more easy...

It is Thereva and not nobilitata. More likely plebeja.

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