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Tachinidae ID? /South Korea
wonwoong
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Posted on 22-10-2020 18:59
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Hello,

I would like to ask the ID of this Tachinidae, photographed on Oct.22, 2020 in Gangwon-do, South Korea.The size is 9mm in length. Any form of help is appreciated!

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Compsilura?
 
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Thank you for the opinion John!
Can this be Compsilura concinnata? (but a bit yellowish compared to images on the web...) I can provide more detailed photo if possible.

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wonwoong wrote:
Thank you for the opinion John!
Can this be Compsilura concinnata? (but a bit yellowish compared to images on the web...) I can provide more detailed photo if possible.

Wonwoong


I don't have any literature to identify Tachinidae from temperate Asia. There is only one species of Compsilura in the region (concinnata), but there is a genus named Compsiluroides of which I know nothing.
 
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Interesting information Smile
Thanks John!
 
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Compsiluroides lacks both discal bristles on tergites and apicals on scutellum...

both are present here.

Ocellars are lacking, eye is hairy and 4 post DC present (atypical in Blondeliini), so it really keys out to Compsilura ...

I agree the frons is much more golden than in European specimens.


Theo
 
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Interesting information! This individual is made into dry specimen, so I hope we can determine this to species level next year Smile

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OK, keep it safe !

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