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Tachinidae 2 - female Panzeria laevigata.
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South Norway, Telemark 8 june. Aprox. 10 mm.


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Nteresting case. Should be some Eurithia, vertex is pretty broad.

Palpus is yellow ?

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Thank you! Yes - the palps are yellowish even though the tip is more flesh colored.

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This female dropped many of these in the tube I put it.

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Morten A Mjelde wrote:
This female dropped many of these in the tube I put it.


First instar larvae of many large Tachininae actively seek hosts.
 
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Thank you for interesting information!

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I guess this one will remain unknown?
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Also a female Panzeria laevigata.

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Nice! Thank you very much!

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