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Stripey fly - possible Tachinid?

Stripey fly - possible Tachinid?
Kokomo, Howard County, Indiana, USA
June 23, 2011
Could this be a Tachinid fly? I can't find anything that seems like a good match to me. Any thoughts would be appreciated. Thanks!

Moved from Tachinidae.

Tachinidae: Exoristinae
Tachinidae: Exoristinae

Moved from Flies.


tachinid, but
I don't think the shape of the M-vein fits Blondeliini. Probably another Exoristinae.

Thanks, Isaac
I appreciate your letting me know - Knowing what it ISN'T helps narrow down the possibilities of what it might be. Thanks :)

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