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Tachinidae - Peleteria? = Peleteria rubescens
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Berlin - August 2019 - 11mm female?

found this sitting on a stony road leading to a hilltop area. I am tired today and i don't want to key it. I've worked the field all day and i'd like to relax Smile

I think that it looks like Tachininae. My guess is Peleteria rubescens. I also guess that it is a female.

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ventral (she? fell over)
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John Carr wrote:
Peleteria


Thank you, John. I am happy that i got the genus correct. Smile
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As long as you stay away from the Alps and the antenna is dark, it is P. rubescens.

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Thank you very much, Theo. I am happy to have an id for this one. I spent some time battling to figure out a proper genus before i settled on Peleteria. I still wasn't sure if i was seeing it correctly. Tachininae can be tricky too.

Someday i'd like to roam around in the alps. Maybe i will find some interesting specimens.

Best wishes,
John
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