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Tachinidae : couple of Cylindromyia bicolor?
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Padova (Veneto, Italy), 13 june 2022. Is it correct? Thanks
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If the abdominal really is red, it should be. The colour red is more orange than usual, possibly by the bright sunlight ?

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Thank you, Theo.
Maybe...or for the flash light, also if for what I remember, colours weren't particularly modified. Is there the chance they were an other species of Cylindromyia? Thanks again
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Or it was the bright sunlight on my screen …

indoors, they look perfectly OK to me


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Thank you very much, Theo!
Best regards
Boris
 
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