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(solved) Tachinidae - Pachystylum (bremii)
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Hello,
I am landing on Pseudopachystylum for these, but the arista are thickened to more than the basal 3rd, they are thickened almost to the end, with the 2nd and 3rd arista segment elongated. Also the ocellar bristles are not proclinate as expected for this genus, but latero-clinate.
Would this rule out Pseudopachystylum or can this be a variation of this genus?
From Eastern Europe

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Forget about the “pseudo”: this is the real deal !

Pachystylum (bremii)


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haha great comment, thanks a lot for your help
 
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