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Tachina fera ?

Hi, I think, it's Nowickia ferox.

Eric...

Posted by eklans on 11 July 2019 22:18:06
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Is this Peleteria Rubescens?

Zeegers wrote:
No. Male Nowickia ferox.


Theo

Thank you, Theo!...

Posted by TPeeters on 07 July 2019 20:45:08
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Is this Peleteria Rubescens?

No. Male Nowickia ferox.


Theo...

Posted by Zeegers on 07 July 2019 13:38:30
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Tachina or Nocwickia? (09.06.19) --> Peleteria rubescens

Hello,

normally I would call this Tachina fera/magnicornis (there were many around these days), b...

Posted by Juergen Peters on 11 June 2019 02:29:32
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Tachinidae ID 2

Nowickia ferox?...

Posted by John Carr on 11 June 2019 01:58:24
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Nowickia ferox?

Well, it is not marklini neither alpina.

Theo...

Posted by Zeegers on 15 February 2019 08:41:24
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Nowickia ferox?

No, only ferox, marklini and alpina are known from Sweden. The southernmost report of marklini on &q...

Posted by MStoltze on 14 February 2019 21:30:50
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Nowickia ferox?

It is a Nowickia. I have no idea whether you have atripalpis as well ?

Theo...

Posted by Zeegers on 14 February 2019 19:04:54
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Nowickia ferox?

The large fly on this poor photo back from Juli 13 2015 seem to me as Nowickia ferox. The black mark...

Posted by MStoltze on 13 February 2019 23:02:33
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Nowickia ferox | A Nowickia sp. from Moscow region - but which?

mkes sense. I got marklini from Estonia.

Theo...

Posted by Zeegers on 09 November 2018 10:03:22
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