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tiny black Tachinid -> Periscepsia carbonaria
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Posted on 03-10-2021 17:23
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really tiny, resembled a Phania in size, but looks different otherwise.
Vienna, vineyards; early October

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Edited by Carnifex on 19-11-2021 17:20
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up for visibility
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Looks like a Periscepsia cf. carbonaria. this species is known to be active till very late in the season.

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Thanks Theo, I don't think a 'cf' is necessary here - should be the only species
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Posted on 20-11-2021 10:57
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Yes, you are probably right, I couldn’t exclude P. handlirschi.

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