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076_ID? (Tachina ursina)
Mucha Fero
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Posted on 30-03-2011 18:29
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Please identify 076_ID flies. Slovak Republic, Malá Fatra-Terchová. Thank you very much for your help. Best regards! Fote date: 29.03.2011.

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Quite a colourful Tachina ursina Smile

Strange though ... I am wondering if it could be Tachina lurida ... it would be very early but I don't usually see T.ursina with such orange abdominal side-patches awkward

Let's see what Theo says Smile
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ChrisR wrote:
Quite a colourful Tachina ursina Smile

Strange though ... I am wondering if it could be Tachina lurida ... it would be very early but I don't usually see T.ursina with such orange abdominal side-patches awkward

Let's see what Theo says Smile


Chris thank you very much.
 
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There is clearly a narrow band of dust on tergite 5, so it really is ursina.

But I understand the confusion.

Moreover, it is much too early in the year for lurida.


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Zeegers wrote:
There is clearly a narrow band of dust on tergite 5, so it really is ursina.

But I understand the confusion.

Moreover, it is much too early in the year for lurida.


Theo


Theo thank you very much.
 
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Yeah, Theo summed up my confusion nicely ... the thin line means T.ursina here but I wasn't sure how variable the colour was in mainland Europe - especially in the south Wink
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You are welcome

ursina is this variable even in The Netherlands.
So no problem here


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