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Larvae ID. >Zabrachia tenella
Pentti Ketola
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Hi,
ID possible?
Photo on Finland Kokkola 1 May 2021.
Size 5mm.


Thanks in advance.

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Hi Pentti, these are Stratiomyidae - Pachygastrinae. On which tree did you find it?

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Tree is Pinus sylvestris.
Thank you Eric!


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species identification depends on the relative size of the anal hairs.
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Thanks atylotus! And the first thoracic segment is in some cases important, too. Most probably we see Zabrachia tenella here. Compare BEUK, P. L. TH., 1990. THE OCCURRENCE OF ZABRACHIA TENELLA IN THE NETHERLANDS (DIPTERA: STRATIOMYIDAE). - ENT. BER., AMST. 50 (8): 101-106.

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Thank you both!

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