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Tachinidae - N 2 - Paratryphera barbatula ?
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South Norway, Telemark,
05.08.2019,
6,3 mm.
Open area in forest.

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Again, it looks like Platymyia fimbriata, but
* inner margin of calypter not darkened
* second (apparent first) segment of arista elongated.

Suggesting Paratryphera barbatula.

Check for ballonnish calypter and hairy barrette.

Theo
 
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Thank you very much, Theo!
It seems that some species can appear in large numbers one year and next year they are almost impossible to find…

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So... did you check the barrette for present hairs ?

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I should have the fly somewhere, but I couldn't find it....

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