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Nyctia halterata | British ?Rhinophorid for ID
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Posted on 24-08-2019 22:49
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England, Surrey, Bookham Common, 24 August 2019

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Tachinidae, I think tribe Leucostomatini.
 
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why not Nyctia halterata (Sarcophagidae)?
John and Nini. Naturalists not experts.
currently injured. healing from surgery.
 
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Thanks! Let's wait for Theo! =)
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johnes81 wrote:
why not Nyctia halterata (Sarcophagidae)?


I keep forgetting that one because we don't have anything like it in America.
 
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I don't know that, John. I never paid attention to diptera in the States. I always focused on birds. I love the Cardinal and the hummingbirds are too sweet. The catbirds and Towhees always make me smile.

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Yes , Nyctia halterata, the classic pseudo-Rhinophorid.
Note the strong fold to bend in vein M, never present in (European) Rhinophoridae with open topcell.

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Thanks!
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