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Tachinidae NL, Carcelia? => cf. bombylans
Ramonv
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Posted on 19-08-2020 20:00
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Hello,

I found this tachinid fly in the Bentwoud area in the west of the Netherlands on 19 august. Is it a Carcelia, and is further ID possible?

thanks in advance,

Ramon
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Looks like a male Carcelia bombylans, second generation.

Theo
 
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thank you Theo. So, it is better to call it cf. bombylans?

Ramon

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Well, puberula does not have a second generation. That makes our job easy !
Should be bombylsns indeed.
 
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