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My second Tachinid 2020 (24.03.20) --> Gymnochaeta viridis (male)
Juergen Peters
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Posted on 24-03-2020 20:12
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Hello,

today it was sunny here in northwest Germany, but only 7-9 °C with a cold wind. Nevertheless on a beech trunk at the forest border this Gymnoch(a)eta viridis was sunbathing. Is it a male (as I suppose)?

(Also many Bombylius major on the wing.)
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Jürgen

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Yes and yes. Keep up the good work

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Amazing how this species can obtain almost every colour of soap bubbles... I am layman regarding Tachinidae, but that said, I would agree with you regarding the sex (oh, I realise Theo already confirmed!).

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WEll, that makes it Juergen's second Tachinid with a second confirmation Smile
 
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Thanks a lot to all! Smile
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