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Which Tachinidae? => Dinera ferina, female
Markus Koschinsky
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Dear Forum,

this fly was found on Angelica archangelica. Anyone who can narrow it down?

Thanks,


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Hi Markus, it's female Dinera ferina.
Greetings, Eric
 
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Great! Thanks a lot for your help, Eric!
 
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