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Tachinidae 2 - Drino sp. Most likely: D. inconspicua
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garden - on potentilla sp.
Size: 7 mm.

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Excellent pictures, but I am strggling.
Current idea is Female Drino.

There should be 4 sternopleural bristles and one strong bristle at base of wing.

Theo
 
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Thank you so much!
I attach a better picture of the wing base area...

Rosevinge

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Thanks. I was unclear. We need to see one image more apical of the the wing. Look for a relatively . large bristle.

Theo
 
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Zeegers wrote:
Thanks. I was unclear. We need to see one image more apical of the the wing. Look for a relatively . large bristle.

Theo


It's visible in the full size version of the first picture, if you mean the bristle at the fork of Rs.
 
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Yes, at the fork of R2+3 and R4+5 !
I know it is visible, but there seems to be one on the right wing and two on the left.

(s*it happens, by the way)

Theo
 
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Thank you!

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That is excellent and that is Drino.

Most likely candidate: D. inconspicua.

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Thanks! Smile

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