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Drino inconspicua (1)Drino inconspicua (1) (Album: Tachinidae)

8.8.2007 Loviisa, Finland. Theo Zeegers det....

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Tachinidae 2 - Drino sp. Most likely: D. inconspicua

Thanks! :)

Rosevinge...

Posted by Morten A Mjelde on 02 July 2020 23:39:33
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Tachinidae 2 - Drino sp. Most likely: D. inconspicua

That is excellent and that is Drino.

Most likely candidate: D. inconspicua.

Theo

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Posted by Zeegers on 02 July 2020 07:13:02
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Tachinidae 2 - Drino sp. Most likely: D. inconspicua

b...

Posted by Morten A Mjelde on 01 July 2020 23:22:29
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Tachinidae 2 - Drino sp. Most likely: D. inconspicua

Thank you!
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Posted by Morten A Mjelde on 01 July 2020 23:21:37
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Tachinidae 2 - Drino sp. Most likely: D. inconspicua

Yes, at the fork of R2+3 and R4+5 !
I know it is visible, but there seems to be one on the right wi...

Posted by Zeegers on 01 July 2020 18:07:22
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Tachinidae 2 - Drino sp. Most likely: D. inconspicua

Zeegers wrote:
Thanks. I was unclear. We need to see one image more apical of the the wing. Look fo...

Posted by John Carr on 01 July 2020 15:09:27
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Tachinidae 2 - Drino sp. Most likely: D. inconspicua

Thanks. I was unclear. We need to see one image more apical of the the wing. Look for a relatively ....

Posted by Zeegers on 01 July 2020 06:47:39
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