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Which small Tachinidae (5 mm)? >> Female Bessa selecta
John Bouwmans
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September 19th, 2014 I collected some larvae of Nematus salicis with an egg of parasites on them. I thougt this were eggs of an ichneumonidea Polyblastus cothurnatus.

(For extensive details of the proces in Dutch see this link: http://forum.waar...msg1697378 or a short version of the Tachinidae here: http://forum.waar...sg1708701)

I am curious to know which Tachinidae this can be. Hope anyone can help me with these.

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John Bouwmans
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picture with 2 cocons, 1 larvae and the 3 host Nematus salicis
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the situation of the 3 Nematus salicis-larvae on sept 19th, when I collected them
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Clickabel Link: http://forum.waar...msg1710501 Wink and http://forum.waar...msg1697378

Thijs
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Nice !

Female Bessa selecta, well known from this host.


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Thanks Theo, nice to know which species tricked me.
 
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