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Lydella sp (f), Tachinidae, Jul 12, 2021, Hannebauer, Austria
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Another Tachinid from Austria. Not sure if this is again Voria ruralis, or some related species. Unfortunately, I have just this single low quality photo.
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Teglagyar u. 30.
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No. Female Lydella sp.

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Might be L. thompsoni.
Any info on the habitat ?

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On leaves of plants growing in a wet meadow next to a small stream at an elevation of cc. 1300 m.
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The approximate location: https://www.inatu.../102425781

Interestingly, I photographed this species immediately after this other one https://www.inatu.../102424818, which i think is Voria ruralis. Now I really see how different they are, for example the pulvilli is very large in this one, but small in Lydella.
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Weel, info on habitat is consistent with three species of Lydella, so alas not of help.
Thanks

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Thanks, I will leave this as Lydella sp.
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