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Which Tachinidae - Carcelia?

Thanks a lot, Theo! That looks like a "bull's eye" to me. https://www.inaturalist.org/...

Posted by Karsten Thomsen on 15 December 2019 12:24:35
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Hubneria affinis?

Great! :D...

Posted by Rui Andrade on 16 October 2019 01:23:07
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Hubneria affinis?

Yes, you do !

Theo...

Posted by Zeegers on 15 October 2019 19:07:11
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Hubneria affinis?

I took another photo with a better light and I think I'm seeing the hairs (red arrows). :)...

Posted by Rui Andrade on 13 October 2019 20:23:12
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Hubneria affinis?

Thanks for the tip, Theo. Do you mean the hind coxa? I tried to photograph it, but I can't see t...

Posted by Rui Andrade on 13 October 2019 18:55:57
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Hubneria affinis?

A nice feature of Huebneria are the few small setulae at the back of coxa,mlike in Sarcophagini.

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Posted by Zeegers on 13 October 2019 17:47:19
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Hubneria affinis?

Thank you Theo! :)...

Posted by Rui Andrade on 13 October 2019 15:56:04
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Hubneria affinis?

Yes it is Huebneria.
Aoicals are pressed down unnaturally.

Theo...

Posted by Zeegers on 13 October 2019 15:22:04
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