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Tachinidae - Norway III - Male Tlephusa cincinna.
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Posted on 28-07-2020 23:29
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South Norway, Telemark,
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Size:about 8 mm.,

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Yes, this is work. Could you confirm (or deny) that the apical scutellar bristles are erect ?

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Thanks!
Yes, I mean it is erect - at least half erect.
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Smile ?
 
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Thanks. That is not erect.

Need to work on both.

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So, palpus is black ?

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And while we are at it ... 4 sternopleural bristles ?

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Thank you. Palpus are black. Looks like there are 4 sternopleural bristles.
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Male Tlephusa cincinna.

Very rare outside Scandinavia, and therefore not the first species one thinks of.

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Thank you! Smile
It is found once in Norway - in 1935 (Tron Soot-Ryen).

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