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Tachinidae, Netherlands Almere, Yellow pan trap, september
Paul Hoekstra
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Posted on 10-10-2019 10:38
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I tried to identify this Tachinidae with Tschorsnig 1994, but I got stuck somewhere in the key around point 173-178. Which genus/and or species could this be? I can make additional photographs if necessary. It flew in a yellow pan trap between 5 to 15 september 2019, in Almere Netherlands.

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Zeegers
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Posted on 10-10-2019 13:29
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Check if the belly is sawlike with a strong ovipositor: Blondelia nigripes.

Theo
 
Paul Hoekstra
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Posted on 11-10-2019 20:19
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I don't know how a sawlike belly should look like, but I think this is different:

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Zeegers
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So, that is a clear ‘no’.

Theo
 
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