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Image of a parasitoidal Tachinid fly.They lay their eggs in a host, usually a beetle. Adults are nectar feeders and endemic to Australasia. Most species prefer living above 600 metres, usually in dry eucalypt forests. First described by Macquart in 1847.

Further reference; Wikipedia.  Senostoma.

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