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Tachinidae -> Solieria pacifica
Ray Perry
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Posted on 10-11-2021 12:26
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8-10mm long
Old observation from 03 Aug. 2019.
Seen foraging on Daucus carota subsp. sativus flowers in my garden.
Flensburg, N.Germany @ 54.75596 9.422178

Many Thanks in advance.
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Moin Ray, I think it's female Solieria pacifica.
Edited by eklans on 10-11-2021 13:09
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I’d say a male.

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Hi Theo, female/male not the first time for me and Solieria:where are the male characters?
Greetings, Eric
 
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Male and female are totally identical in oacifica, except for genitalia.

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Thanks Theo - now I understand: without genitalia pacifica is neither female nor male Wink
Greetings, Eric
 
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Many Thanks Eric and Theo.
 
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