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Tachinid(s) #2 from 08.05.22
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Hello,

three individuals of the same species? 5-6 mm, the last one perhaps 6-7 mm. At a forest path (northwest Germany).
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Looks like a female Phorocera obscura.

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Zeegers wrote:
Looks like a female Phorocera obscura.


Thank you, Theo! That was, what I assumed. But because my last assumed Phorocera was Lypha dubia, I did not dare to express my thoughts... awkward
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Abdomen much more elongated, third antennal segment much longer…

and I suppose Lypha is pretty much done for this year
 
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