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Muscidae or Tachinidae?
Waldgeist
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Posted on 19-09-2019 00:30
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I have no idea what species that fly could be of.
6 photos of the same fly, it was quite difficult to photograph, it sat down for just a few seconds.
Behavior was typical for a territorial male

Eriothrix argyreatus?
Thelaira solivaga?
Thricops semicinereus male?

https://www.inatu...s/29311090

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johnes81
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Posted on 19-09-2019 00:45
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Tachinidae. looks like a Thelaira male to me. I cannot discern the amount of ad on t2.


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John
John and Nini. Naturalists not experts.
currently injured. healing from surgery.
 
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