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ID please!
Jurek Radwanski
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Posted on 25-11-2020 19:56

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03.08.2020, Jaworzno, Poland fot. Piotr Grzegorzek

I suppose it's Tachinidae, but I could be wrong. I am asking for an ID.
Edited by Jurek Radwanski on 25-11-2020 20:02
Jurek Radwanski
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Posted on 26-11-2020 17:31

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Is it possible that this is the same species as in this post?:


The differences are due to intra-species variability?

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Posted on 26-11-2020 18:13

Location: Franconia, Germany
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Yes, it's most probably the same species - differences are also based on the perspective of the camera.

Greetings, Eric
Jurek Radwanski
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Posted on 26-11-2020 18:24

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Thanks a lot for the answer! TumbsUp
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