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A fly as big as the honey bee Apis indica. Unusual light brown hair where wings are attached to the body.
Thanks, Gaiea. Thank you, ForestDragon. It looks like the one at sixth place in the first row. Cyzenis browni.
Hi Harsha, I think this fly looks a lot like a species of Tachinid Fly, Family Tachinidae. They can be large and usually have hairy abdomens.Even though this is a reference for North American Tachinids, I think it will be helpful for you:http://www.nadsdiptera.org/Tach/Gen/tach...I am having a hard time finding a good online reference for Indian insects.
Spotted on Feb 26, 2013 Submitted on Feb 26, 2013
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