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Tachinida - which one? => cf. Cylindromyia bicolor
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Hello,

i don't know, which of the Tachinidae this fly is. I found it on a leaf of a pear. On 7.16.19,
The fly was about 10 mm long.

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No. 3

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Cylindromyia bicolor?
 
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Thank you, John.

But my question: Is it not too orange, should it bei more red?

I send picture No. 4, perhaps ist helps.

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