Thread subject: Diptera.info :: Tachinidae

Posted by varganimrod on 16-03-2023 20:12
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Hello! I found this one in Hungary today. This is a really small species. I keyed it out, and i got Erynnia ocypterata. Could you help me please? Is this correct?

Posted by varganimrod on 16-03-2023 20:12
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Posted by John Carr on 16-03-2023 20:57
#3

The Erynnia ocypterata in the gallery has discal bristles and vein M meets R4+5 closer to the wing margin. The strong parafacial bristles and shiny black color suggest the group of genera including Wagneria.

Posted by varganimrod on 16-03-2023 21:17
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Thank you! I have some other pictures besides these:

Posted by varganimrod on 16-03-2023 21:17
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Posted by varganimrod on 16-03-2023 21:18
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Posted by varganimrod on 16-03-2023 21:19
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There was no apical bristles in the scutellum.

Posted by varganimrod on 16-03-2023 23:08
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Than, is this Wagneria gagatea?

Posted by Zeegers on 17-03-2023 13:09
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Yes, it is a Wagneriini, but I don’t see a ve, so should be Ramonda.

Theo

Posted by varganimrod on 17-03-2023 16:54
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Okay, I try to do more pictures. Maybe It turns out which species is this.

Posted by varganimrod on 17-03-2023 17:13
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I did an other ptoto about head, so now is there any ve bristles? And if this is a Ramonda, about key this has to be prunaria, and because of the flying period as well, beavuse I read that other species fly in summer.