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A 7mm tachinid from a woodland/heathland site in Yorkshire UK, 24th April 2022. I am struggling to key it out...I am wondering whether the genae have collapsed in a bit? Grateful for any suggestions as to genus/species.
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Looks more like Calliphoridae to me...
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Juergen Peters wrote:
Looks more like Calliphoridae to me...


Calliphoridae have bare eyes. In the Oestroidea of Europe and North America, only some Tachinidae have hairy eyes.
 
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John Carr wrote:
Juergen Peters wrote:
Looks more like Calliphoridae to me...


Calliphoridae have bare eyes. In the Oestroidea of Europe and North America, only some Tachinidae have hairy eyes.


Thanks both...certainly is a Tachinid.
 
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Seems to be Panzeria laevigata
 
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