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Tachinidae id request - Klugia marginata
Morten A Mjelde
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South Norway, Telemark 17 June. Aprox. 8 mm.
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Klugia marginata !

You don’t see that often.

Please submit for the gallery.

Theo
 
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Thanks a lot! TumbsUp
It seems that it was last found in Norway in 1849 by Johan Heinrich Spalckh. Siebke. Some years ago...

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As I said …. you don’t see this too often.
Generally more and eastern species.
Terrific find !

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Thanks! Morgan Amundsen and I found this one - (and many of the other parasitic flies I have asked about on this site over the past two or three years).
 
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