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Sarcophagidae? Looks like Tachinidae
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Posted on 22-05-2019 23:34
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I think Sarcophagidae. Is more possible?
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Difficult I think? The eyes aren't as red/orange like the most Sarcophagidae
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Iguess that is the light.
It is a Sarc ...


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In the New World we're supposed to have green-eyed Sarcophagidae. I have never met one.
 
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I can hardly imagine that it is the light. Maybe a mistake by nature. Thanks again Theo.
Green eyes would be nice. Wink

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