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Nemoraea pellucida
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Thank you for identification. Karol Ox.
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Eyes are hairy, so it is Nemorea pellucida, Tachinidae
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neprisikiski wrote:
Eyes are hairy, so it is Nemorea pellucida, Tachinidae

Thank you very much.
 
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Lovely fly - lovely photos Smile Would be good in the gallery too.

BTW, it is a female (males have orange abdomens) Smile
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ChrisR wrote:
Lovely fly - lovely photos Smile Would be good in the gallery too.

BTW, it is a female (males have orange abdomens) Smile


Thank you Smile
 
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