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Tachinidae ID > Linnaemyia sp.
Maks S
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Posted on 13-07-2019 00:28
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Would it be possible to ID the genus/species? Found on 06.07.2019 in Ojcowski NP in southern Poland.

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Edited by Maks S on 14-07-2019 23:28
 
John Carr
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I think it's Panzeria sensu latu (including Ernestia and Eurithia) but I don't know species. Maybe some other Ernestiini.
 
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Thanks, I'll leave it at Ernestiini then.
 
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Third antennal segment is much too long.
It is a Linnaemyia

Theo
 
Maks S
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Thank you very much for the ID, Theo.
 
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