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Muscide or alike for identification
mwkozlowski
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Posted on 29-07-2021 19:55
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Familiar? Rather small, on a buildin wall, today, Warsaw PL.
Thanks in advance!
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maybe this time?
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I think Tachinidae - tribe Siphonini
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Not sure if this is not Trichogena rubricosa of Rhinophoridae.
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Tricogena rubricosa is correct and it's a female.
Edited by eklans on 03-12-2021 11:36
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Thak you!!!
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Apologies for my misleading answer - too much haste!
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