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Tachinidae (Hong Kong)
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Ask for ID please?

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Host: Geometridae moth larva
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Host: Erebidae (Larva)
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Host: Geometridae (Pupa)
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Could we get a lateral shot, please ?

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Thanks Theo! See if it helps?
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The host is not a geometrid but noctuid moth (Erebidae, Erebinae of modern disputable classification, Mocis or close)
 
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Thanks Dmitry! Smile
 
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Your last one is, alas, not sharp.
Anyway, it looks terribly like a Sturmia, but it has ascending bristles on facial ridge, so it should be some Blepharella.


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Thanks Theo! Smile
 
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