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Posted on 12-09-2019 13:09
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Only one shot. Central Poland. 08.08.
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Estheria?
John and Nini. Naturalists not experts.
currently injured. healing from surgery.
 
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Posted on 13-09-2019 18:03
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Yes. Looks like E. cristata, but the topcel is open. Confusing.
There are many more species, but not in Poland !


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I was thinking about cristata but it is a bit confusing and i do not have a cristata specimen to consult. I try to help with Tachiniae whenever possible. You often have many posts to deal with, Theo. I'll try harder to contribute whenever i can do so.
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Thanks and sorry, my mistake.

It is petiolata or picta, note the darkened cross-vein r- m !!

Theo
 
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Zeegers wrote:
Thanks and sorry, my mistake.

It is petiolata or picta, note the darkened cross-vein r- m !!

Theo


yes. I forgot that i actually have a E. picta male specimen. It looks very similar to my male E. picta.
the humeral callus is yellowish, the area around m-cu is darkened, and the basicosta is brownish yellow.
I think that E. picta is the best match. Do you agree?
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