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Tachina fera ?
Robert Heemskerk
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Posted on 23-07-2006 19:31
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Hello flyforum,

I was wondering if this fly is Tachina fera?

It is almost a year ago I saw these kind of flies, now I am not sure of this is Tachina fera..

greeting robert,
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Well, in England I'd call it Tachina fera Grin but there are alternatives in Europe - eg. T.magnicornis and I'd probably defer to someone like Theo to have the final word - i'll bookmark this for him to look at later Smile
 
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Difficult to tell from the pictures.
Most likely fera, but somewhat intermediate.


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Thank you for your comment Theo and Chris!

What detail of the fly makes it to a Tachina fera?
I have more pictures of this fly, also from other directions..
Perhabs that can shine a light on it?

I show you here the fly more from above, there you see the black stripe better on the abdomen

greeting robert,
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