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Tachinidae - Norway - female Phebellia villica (?)
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Looks like many other Tachinids ....
South Norway, Telemark,
01.08.2020,
Size: 8,6 mm.,
meadow with shrubs.

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A female Phebellia. Very difficult genus. Any chance of getting a bettr view on the abdominal tip?

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Thank you. Abdominal tip from different angles:
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Excellent work. From what I can see, it is a sure candidate female Ph. villica.
But let it be said females of Phebellia are exceptionally difficult to tell apart.


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Thanks a lot Theo! Smile

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