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ID help -> Stevenia kugleri
dror
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Posted on 24-10-2020 08:23
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Can anyone help ID this please?
Photos from 6.6.2020 from Jerusalem.
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eklans
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Hi Dror, unfortunately only a guess based on abdominal bristles and wing venation: Tachinidae? I'm sure, the experts could get much closer.

Greetings, Eric
 
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That was also my first guess, but for example Rhinophoridae: Stevenia is very similar.
 
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You are right - it's very similar. But as far as I know, Stevenia doesn't have red antenna ore red legs. I know only Tricogena with partly red antenna but is has very different veins.
 
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Definitely female Stevenia.

Theo
 
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Kugler (1978) reviewed the Israelian Rhinophoridae. This is Stevenia kugleri.


Theo
 
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Thanks Theo!
 
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