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Tachinidae? > Rhinophora lepida
Maks S
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Posted on 21-10-2020 22:08
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Please help ID this fly found by a friend last July in C Poland.

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Juergen Peters
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Hello Maks,

I'm no expert, but I would say, this is Rhinophora lepida (Rhinophoridae).
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Jürgen

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Maks S
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Thank you very much for your help.
 
Maks S
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I've got one question: I've had a look at some photos of Rh. lepida on the Internet, and the angle between veins m and r is different to the one on my friend's photos. Would this indicate a different species?
 
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This is, indeed, Rhinophora lepida. I am not sure about your question, you would need to provide links to make me understand.
But wing venation can be aberrent in Calyptratae. I have seen missing veins, petiolated cells that should have been open etc. It is uncommon, but not extremely rare.

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