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Prosena siberita? => Siphona sp.
Bembix
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Posted on 13-04-2022 11:54
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Good afternoon,

here are some pictures of a Tachinidae. Could it be Prosena siberita? However, I have never seen this species with a folded proboscis.

Body size approx. 4.5 mm

Found 2022-04-11, sandy dry grassland in southwest Germany.

Thanks for the help.
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Hi, not Prosena - I think it's one of the very difficult Siphona.
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Yes, it is a Siphona indeed


Theo
 
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tank you Eric and Theo.
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