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Tachinidae => Macquartia, quite likely M. grisea
Marion Friedrich
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Posted on 22-07-2018 21:01
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Hello,
is ID of this fly possible?
From head to tip of wing 10mm, Body length 6-7mm. I found it in Germany, Saxony 2 days ago.
Thanks, Marion
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Rhinophoridae or Tachinidae
 
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Marion Friedrich
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Thank you, John.
I change the title and attach additional picture. Unfortunately I have no lateral view.
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Macquartia (Tachinidae), quite likely M. grisea. A well known Muscidae 'mimic'.

Theo
 
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Thank you very much for ID, Theo.

Marion
 
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