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Hairy Tachinidae > Cyrtophleba ruricola
Manuel Lopez
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Posted on 09-09-2013 17:31
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A hairy tachinid fly from central Granada, in a mediterranean forest glade. To idenfify it, if possible.

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Interesting fly - looks like tribe Voriini
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Thanks Chris Smile
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The eyes are hairy, so it is Cyrtophleba. I think you only have C. ruricola.


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You're right Theo. Thank ySmileu.
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