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Scorpion Fly (F)

Observed: 13th June 2010 By: Natures Paparazzi
Scorpion Fly (F)
Description:
Identifications
  • Scoropion Fly (Panorpa sp)
    Confidence: I'm as sure as I can be.
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    Likely ID
    Scorpion Fly (Panorpa sp)
    Confidence: I'm as sure as I can be.
    ID agreements (): 7 People
    • chrisbrooks
      Sea Fish AtlasSeaKeys
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      Yorkshire Naturalists' Union
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    • DavidNotton
      Natural History MuseumNatural History Museum
      Invertebrates expert
    • kcf32
      S159 Neighbourhood Nature - course completeShropshire Wildlife Trust
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    • rimo
      Bumblebee Conservation TrustUK Ladybird Survey
      Invertebrates expert
    • DevonianDevonian’s reputation in InvertebratesDevonian’s reputation in InvertebratesDevonian’s reputation in InvertebratesDevonian’s reputation in Invertebrates
Species interactions

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Comments

Martin Harvey's picture

genus name

Just to say that iSpot works best if you just use the genus name on its own, in this case "Panorpa" rather than "Panorpa sp". The links to other sites and observations work better that way, and also it is a name you can pick off the species dictionary list without having to type the whole thing in.

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ophrys's picture

sp

I totally agree! I have said this many times...the sp. is essentially redundant and just reduces the number of other observations which you get.

Ian
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