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Tachinidae ID --> Peleteria (?)ruficornis
denis makhnovskiy
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Could you please help with ID? Unfortunately the only photo. Sardinia, Italy. September. Near the salt lake.
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Peleteria?
 
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My thoughts as well. Something like P. ruficornis.

Theo
 
denis makhnovskiy
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John Carr wrote:
Peleteria?

Thank you
 
denis makhnovskiy
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Zeegers wrote:
My thoughts as well. Something like P. ruficornis.

Theo

Thank you
 
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