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Tachinidae ID => Phorocera sp
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Posted on 11-05-2012 18:36
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I think this might be a Linnaemya sp. Can anyone confirm this?

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Another angle.
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No, it is a Phorocera.
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The mouth edge isn't projecting enough for Linnaemya ... but it could be Phorocera assimilis (etc). A specimen would be needed to confirm it I think Smile

Doh! Erikas posted while I was writing Grin Nice to know that we agree though Wink
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Thanks, Erikas and Chris.
 
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18.06.16 11:42
Thank you

18.06.16 09:11
Indeed

14.06.16 16:22
My last 2 for the moment am I ok with im Saftflu├č einer Ro├čkastanie - from the sap of a horse chestnut schl├╝pfte - emerged?

04.06.16 12:45
Thank very much Paul it is very helpful to know these words

03.06.16 16:52
Hinterleib -> abdomen; Ring -> Segment, because strictly speaking it is the tergite and sternite that form the ring.

03.06.16 12:10
Another couple of old words which I would be grateful for help on Hinterleib narrow, light grey with a pair of small rounded spots on Ring 2 and 3, 4th Ring ungefleckt Hinterleib- ? Ring - terga?

23.05.16 12:37
in fact I prefer Schwinger to halteren

23.05.16 12:37
Thx very much Paul

23.05.16 09:12
Yup, Schwinger is halter, a yellow halter in this case. Smile

21.05.16 12:32
Can anyone help out with the German word Schwinger gelb - is this an old word for Haltere?

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