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Jan Willem
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Posted on 25-09-2020 16:21
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Can anyone point me in the right direction? I can make up my mind about where this specimens fits in.

Malaise trap De Kaaistoep (Tilburg, the Netherlands) 6-13.viii.2020.
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Only an idea: Tachinidae, Elodia morio? Other views could help.

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Frauenfeldia rubricosa (Rhinophoridae) ?

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oops - the small calypters!

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Yes, Frauenfeldia rubricosa seems to fit! Thanks! :-)

However, I see Frauenfeldia mentioned as junior synonym of Tricogena.

What is the correct name?
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Yes, you are right, according to the code.
According to me, Tricogena is a brainkilling ,isspelling by Rondani, which should be corrected (Trichogena), which leads to trioubles with preoccupation.
So my brain sticks to Frauenfeldia.

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