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Tachinidae, maybe Blondeliin (Ecuador)
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Wow, that's a lovely tachinid - probably Dexiinae but without specimens it's pretty impossible ... actually, even with specimens it might be impossible LOL So many undescribed species out there Smile
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Thanks ChrisR! Smile
 
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The wing venation is very Blondeliini-ish, though ( probably the only word in English with a double ii twice !), and the long thrid antennal segment with bare arista might support this.
Yes, the legs are very long, but this is not unseen in Blondeliini.

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Thanks Theo! Smile
 
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