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Which Tachinid? --> Eliozeta cf. pellucens
Jann Wuebbenhorst
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This fly was photographed on 21st May 2020 on a flowery wayside (eastern Lower Saxony, Germany); size abaout 6 mm. Can it be identified?
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Hi Jann,

only a guess: Eliozeta helluo?

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Yes, I’d go for E. pellucens (arista sttongly thickened, third antennal segment elongated, though difficult to see)

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Thank you Theo, and thank you Jürgen!
The genus Eliozeta is not mentioned in Stuke (2019) for Niedersachsen.
Is it o.k. to title Eliozeta cf. pellucens?

Jann
 
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