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Phasia sp, Tachinidae, Apr 24, Debrecen, Hungary
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THis fly looks like Phania, but is larger than the funesta I usually see, and also the abomen is wider.

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Teglagyar u. 30.
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I agree, it is a Phania and it is not funesta. Need to work on this one.

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Thanks Theo!

Has the English version of your book come out yet?
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Nope, covid delay.
Translation is finished, now layout and printing. I expect 3 months.
I will keep you posted !

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