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Tachinidae - female Phorocera obscura.
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Posted on 08-11-2019 20:07

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South Norway, Telemark,
7,5 mm.

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Edited by Rosevinge15 on 09-11-2019 12:54
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A small female Phorocera obscura

Note the fold to bend in M-vein and the genitalia (second pic)

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Thank you so much!
I will probably learn eventually…

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