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Tachinidae - Pales pavida ?
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Posted on 24-08-2019 20:06

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I observed this Tachinidae on the 22th of August in Bergues in the north of France. Maybe Pales pavida ?

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Posted on 25-08-2019 08:06

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No, Pales the scutellum is red.

So if you have a bluish Tachinidae Tachininae, it is Epicampocera succincta, the classic Pieris parasitoid.

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Posted on 25-08-2019 11:09

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Thank you very much for your help
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