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Tachinidae. Admontia?
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Birch forest. PN Cabañeros. CS Spain. Nov 2018
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No, much more interesting. The second aristomere is elongated, is that right ?

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I'sorry for answering delay. It looks like it is; maybe in this picture it looks better.
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OK, so Admontia it is.
Before we go any further, what does "CS Spain" means ?

Altitude of locality, please (by approximation)?


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It means "south center". Sorry, but I write in Spanish without realizing.

The precise location is Cabañeros National Park, 39º20'N 4º16'W , alt. 690 m.
 
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Thanks. Somwemcan exclude highland species.
Admontia is a difficult genus.

I see a broad parafacial and only one ad bristle on mid tibia. That is a combination that should not occur. So ....

You did not collect it, by any chance?

Theo
 
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No, I didn't collect it. I think there are only three species in iberian peninsula: A. pyrenaica, A. blanda y A. maculisquama. Forgetting about the first one, one ad on mid tibia leads to A. blanda, however I think don't fit presutural stripes, isn't it?
 
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No it does not. One thing is sure: it is NOT blanda.

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I think I see weak ad bristles, no longer than diameter of tibia, above the large bristle on mid tibia.
 
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I don't see it.
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The second one is broken off, you can see the pore. That explains a lot. So, this female is similar to maculisquama, though it is less yellow than Central European ones.
 
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Thanks to both of you!!

Now everything fits!
 
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