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Tachinidae : Eriothrix species
liege67
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Posted on 07-07-2019 10:50
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Dear all

I propose Tachinidae and maybe Eriothrix species

Ferrières (BE), 06 VII 2019

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Posted on 07-07-2019 11:04
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Hi Jean Marc, I would say Cylindromyia interrupta.

Eric
 
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Posted on 07-07-2019 13:30
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The shape of the abdomen and position of wings suggest Clairvillia or Brullaea.


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