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Tachinid with long bristles - Campylocheta praecox, female.
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Found between gravel road and a stream in forest - Telemark, Norway 4 June. 7.2 mm.
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Smile ?
 
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Ah ! It cried “Campylocaeta” all over, but the ocellar brsitles seemed proclinate ??
However, these are postocellars. Ocellars are reclinare Smile

Campylochaeta it is.

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Thank you very much! I think it looks more like Campylocheta praecox than C. inepta. C. praecox is an early spring species, but when we find Bothria subalpina the same day not far away, it makes sense. Or not?

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Work in progress. Definitely not inepta, but you might have more species, like fuscinervis etc.


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Yes, we might have some more of Campylocheta, even though Haraldseid only have praecox and inepta on the checklist.

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It is a female praecox. Very late, as you already mentioned.


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Thank you! TumbsUp

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