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Cyrtophleba ruricola (cf), Tachinidae, June 5, 2021, near Budapest, Hungary
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Another Tachinid from the immediate surroundings of my garden. Smallish species, I am sure I have seen it many times already.
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Another view

The inaturalist thread:

https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/83100607
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A Cyrtophleba (voriini wiyh hairy eye)

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Since in Hungary only one species is known (Mihályi), and the other potentially occuring species can be ruled out, I think it is safe to assume that this is C. ruricola.
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