Thread subject: Diptera.info :: Tachinidae - Belida angelicae, male.
Posted by John Carr on 09-11-2023 16:03
I think it is not Phorocera, as it has postpronotal setae in a distinct triangle.
Plesae check for the hairs on the vein R4+5, if there are hairs to the midway of the R-M crossvein, than it could be Belida angelicae.
According to the Central European key Belida
has bare eyes and a broader frons (at least 0.71 as wide as an eye). As a member of tribe Blondeliini it should not have a right-angled bend in vein M.