Fascinating Insect: Cylindromyia Brassicaria (Fabricius, 1775)

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Today I found a fly, its tail is rather long and similar to a fire-tailed potter wasp. From the suitability of its characteristics, this is the genus Cylindromyia brassicaria (Fabricius, 1775).

I don't know what the common name of this fly is, because there is not much information I can get about it. The only information I got from Wikipedia, Cylindromyia brassicaria is a European species of fly in the family Tachinidae. Most likely, they migrated as far as Asia. And to be sure, this fly species I have rarely seen before.


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CameraXiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro + Macro Lens
CategoryAnimal Photography
ProcessedAdobe Lightroom
LocationLhokseumawe, Aceh, Indonesia
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Lovely macro shots. Well done.