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Tachinidae > NOT Phorocera sp ! For ID , pictured in Belgium on 2019-05-18
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Posted on 16-02-2024 20:21
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Hello everyone !

I pictured this specimen in Belgium on 2019-05-18 in my garden.

Using Tschornig kIs it a female or a male ???

To make the difference between species, Tschornig speaks of "4th Wing edge section" ... does he speak of R4 ???

Thank you for comments and / or ID !!!

Didier

PS I have only 2 pictures ...

observations.be/media/photo/84494667.jpg

observations.be/media/photo/84494668.jpg
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In this context I would Flügelrand as costa. See figure 118 for the sections of the costa.
 
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Thank you very much , John !!!
 
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Tschorsnig wrote in German, yiurs is the translation by Chris Raper.

This is a male with strong apical scutellars, so definitief NOT Phorocera.

Theo
 
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Can you tell me the genus ???
 
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Panzeria Sp ?
 
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Could it be Parasetigena silvestris one old Phorocera that has crossed apical scurellars bristles ?
Measured on picture : 8mm
I found pictures validated on waarnemingen.nl … and here !
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Theo,

We are still searching for this one. even the genus would help ...

Could you please tell us on the following extract annotated of the picture which one you call "strong apical scutellars, so definitief NOT Phorocera." ????

observations.be/media/photo/85317258.jpg

Thank you very much for helping us ...
Didier
 
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