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Peleteria, male => Nowickia ferox

Hello Victor, I think it's a Nowickia ferox....

Posted by eklans on 29 January 2023 16:20:47
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Peleteria, male => Nowickia ferox

Ukraine, Rivne region, on July 10.
Legs appear dark. Am I right?
http://ukrbin.com//files/00/Pelet...

Posted by Gansucha on 29 January 2023 14:31:52
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Late Nowickia ferox? (04.11.22) --> Peleteria cf. rubescens

Thanks, Eric! Peleteria rubescens was very abundant here last year (less so this year)....

Posted by Juergen Peters on 22 November 2022 20:25:21
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Late Nowickia ferox? (04.11.22) --> Peleteria cf. rubescens

Hi J├╝rgen, not too much to see... but the two bristles under the eye makes me think of a Peleteria ...

Posted by eklans on 21 November 2022 23:32:45
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Late Nowickia ferox? (04.11.22) --> Peleteria cf. rubescens

Hello,

there were still many Tachina fera active here in November, even at my fruit baits (see pi...

Posted by Juergen Peters on 21 November 2022 23:07:30
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Nowickia ferox, male? <=

Hello Eric

thank you for the confirmation and explanation

Greetings, Volker...

Posted by Volker on 23 July 2022 10:11:34
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Nowickia ferox, male? <=

Hi Volker, male (long claws/pulvilli on forelegs, no proclinate oe) Nowickia ferox is correct!...

Posted by eklans on 23 July 2022 09:34:17
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Nowickia ferox, male? <=

Hello,

I can see a concave dorsal centre on this Nowickia ferox and thus think it could be a male...

Posted by Volker on 23 July 2022 09:17:06
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Tachinidae from Spain -> Nowickia sp.

Hi Theo, thank you for your comment. T decide between atripalpis, reducta, rondani and ferox we need...

Posted by eklans on 26 January 2022 10:40:41
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Tachinidae from Spain -> Nowickia sp.

A male Nowickia ferox, I think....

Posted by eklans on 26 January 2022 08:35:41
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