The hoverfly Myathropa florea The larvae occur in rot holes of trees etc.
P010: 21/05/2010; P154: 27/07/2009; P046: 09/07/2009
No interactions present.
This little group of introductory observations bears on loss of habitat diversity through failure to coppice trees (Searches: Natural History Museum Woodland Habitat Loss; Wikipedia: Overstood Coppice Wildlife.
What invertebrates actually live now in such habitats? If one tries to let in more light, what happens? Topics of interest include associations of invertebrates with tree stumps and lopped branches etc. Elsewhere (Dipterists' Forum), I have become aware of Lauxaniid and Platypezid flies as relevant.
Lat/Lng: 51.43372, -2.76236
OS grid ref: ST471707