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Photo#1942900
Tachinidae, ex Dichomeris, dorsal - Actia

Tachinidae, ex Dichomeris, dorsal - Actia
Plymouth Rock, Winneshiek County, Iowa, USA
June 5, 2017
Size: 3.5 mm

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Gelechiidae, on Asteraceae, not looking healthy - Dichomeris Tachinidae, ex Dichomeris, dorsal - Actia Tachinidae, ex Dichomeris, lateral - Actia Tachinidae, ex Dichomeris, wing - Actia Tachinidae, ex Dichomeris, head - Actia Tachinidae, ex Dichomeris, head - Actia

Vein M
Can you tell if vein M is complete to the wing margin, or disappears around where the bend is (or would be if the vein were complete)?

 
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Moved
Moved from Parasitic Flies.

Moved
Moved from Dichomeris.

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