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platypezidae <== Pipunculidae no
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Posted on 05-09-2023 22:03
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Hi again,
the 2nd fly today (Sept. 5th 2023) is may be part of the genus Pipunculidae ? on Impatiens parciflora. Region Celle, Lower Saxony, Germany
2 photos only and poor quality. Anyway, its a Pipunculidae or other genus, may be you know the species ?
Many Thanks, Norbert
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2nd pic
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Hi,

looks like one of the small Phasia (Tachinidae), which are around here at the moment, like Phasia pusilla. Definitely not Pipunculidae.
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Jürgen

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Hi Juergen,
thanks again and have a nice day TumbsUp
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M1 vein straight, so that it is not Phasia. Wing venation is also different from that of Pipunculidae. This should be a platypezid.
 
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Jan Maca wrote:
M1 vein straight, so that it is not Phasia. Wing venation is also different from that of Pipunculidae. This should be a platypezid.

Ups, I overlooked the wing venation in the first picture. General look was too convincing... awkward
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Hi Jan Maca, many thanks for clarify this one TumbsUp
thanks both of you.
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