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black fly, family ID?->Tachinidae
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Photographed yesterday from Zhejiang China. Around 6mm in body length. What family could it belong to? is Rhinophoridae possible? Thanks in advance!
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Another shot
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Tachinidae, I think. You saw this before and we didn't figure it out: https://diptera.i..._id=111145.
 
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A species of Rhinophoridae from Central America has a similar wing, with weakly delimited markings and slightly converging R4+5 and M veins. The broad parafrontal plates are found in another American genus of Rhinophoridae.
 
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Fantastic! Thank you so very much! TumbsUp I wasn't aware I had seen it before. Yes, this one is eaxtly conspecific with the one in my previous query. Smile
 
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