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Tachinidae : female Eumea Belgium 2023-09-02 for ID
Tetrao
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Posted on 13-03-2024 12:37
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Hi all !!!

I pictured this specimen in my garden on 2023-09-02. I could measure it : length 8,0mm

Is it possible to ID ???
A suggestion from a French forum : Phryxe and even Phryxe vulgaris

Thanks for comments and or ID !!!
Didier

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Thank you very much for reading !!!
Edited by Tetrao on 15-03-2024 15:08
 
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WELL, Phryxe don't have all black stutellum.

It is a female Eumea

Theo
 
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Oups ... Thank you Theo !!!
 
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Theo :
Does Eumea linearicornis (Zetterstedt, 1844), female seems correct ?
 
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There is anreason I don't mention a species

Females are very similar


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Yes, Theo, they are !
Thank you very much !!!
 
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