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Oplisa aterrima (ID Tony Irwin); SW Spain
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This morning, November 18, 2021, on my balcony in Minas de Riotinto (Huelva).

It resembles Coenosia, but not sure. Frown
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Check for meral (hypopleural) bristles - it might be a tachinid (or rhinophorid?) with an abbreviated vein M
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Tony Irwin wrote:
Check for meral (hypopleural) bristles - it might be a tachinid (or rhinophorid?) with an abbreviated vein M



Thanks, Irwin!!!

So wheels within wheels. Grin I will look into these 2 families. TumbsUp
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I think it is Oplisa aterrima (Rhinophoridae)
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Yes, You are right. Fits perfectly. TumbsUp

Thanks again, Tony! TumbsUp
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Very nice, great ID.

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Zeegers wrote:
Very nice, great ID.


Yes, indeed. I couldn't have done it in a lifetime! TumbsUp
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