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Rhinophoridae > Phania funesta (Tachinidae)
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Posted on 04-07-2020 22:19
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Hi,

isn't that Phania funesta (Tachinidae)?
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Yes, now I also think so. Initially thought the calypters point towards Rhinophoridae
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Hello Lorin,

Carnifex wrote:
Initially thought the calypters point towards Rhinophoridae


I think they are too big for Rhinophoridae.
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I see.
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