No interactions present.
Glenn, how are you distinguishing this from A. opisthographa (and the same question in reverse for http://www.ispot.org.uk/node/148610 !)? I thought these needed microscopic examination to sort out?
I think the prey item here is a fly from family Bibionidae.
Entomologist and biological recorder
I agree. I think I've been a bit naive in my identification. In hindsight I relied on pictures too much.
And yes, there were plenty of St. Marks Flies around.
No problem Glenn, it's easy to be tempted into trying to be 'too helpful' and going further with the ID than the photo evidence justifies, I've done it myself often enough!
Lat/Lng: 55.9, -3.2
OS grid ref: NT2872