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Tachinidae: Blondeliini
Tony T
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Posted on 07-05-2008 16:36
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6 May 2008, NB Canada. Length: 6.5mm
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Yes.
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But a curious one.
First impression of Siphonini apparently wrong, since the subapical scutellar bristles are not converging.
SO next best guess would be some Blondeliini.


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Thanks Gabor & Theo. I was only 51% sure this was a tachinid. It seemed a lot different from the few other tachinids I have seen.
Posting a photo of face in hope this may help in a futher ID.
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It should be easy for a new world specialist to recognize, for one thing because of setulae on the parafacialia

I'm not, but I'll give it a try.


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Zeegers wrote:
It should be easy for a new world specialist to recognize, for one thing because of setulae on the parafacialia
Theo



That's a good idea. I'll keep collecting tachinid photos and try to gat a NA expert to look at the entire package at the end of the season.
 
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