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Tachinidae -> Estheria picta
Haleun
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Posted on 19-10-2020 22:53
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Hello, this fly was found on Aug. 20th in North-Hannover, Germany on a dry and sandy heath area. I think it could be Trixa conspersa.

Thank you for your help!

Hans
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Zeegers
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Posted on 20-10-2020 08:04
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Yes, it is a Dexiini. Looks like an Estheria to me, but the topcel is open ... ? I need to work on this.

Theo
 
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Hello Theo, thank you! You make me curious.

Hans
 
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Pity we can't see the antennae, but Trixa conspersa has broad black hind margins on tergites. Moreover, its abdomen is much broader.
This should be Estheria picta.

Theo
 
Haleun
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Thank you very much, Theo!

Best wishes to you,
Hans
 
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OK, thanks Roger, now if someone would just ID the fly I would be happy.

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