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Tachinidae ā€“ more ID? --> Blondelia nigripes female
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Posted on 09-12-2019 15:23
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Northern Germany, Hamburg-Rissen, Wittenbergener Ufer, walking path along the river Elbe, at a leaf of Prunus, 27th of September 2015, (Photos: kuv). After looking to the Diptera Gallery I think it could be Oswaldia spectabilis. Please help to get the ID.
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Well, that is quite a bold claim. I can see no reason why it is not simply Blondelia nigripes female. The piercer is hidden in these angles.

Theo
 
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Ok Theo Smile thank you very much.
Greetings Kuv
 
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