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Drone Fly

Observed: 8th April 2011 By: chrisbrooks
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Drone Fly
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Species interactions

No interactions present.

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E pertinax

The legs are not overly visible but given the taper and the part vvisibility of what appears to be banding would suggest you are correct

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ID

Thanks Colin, I'm still learning on these hover flies in fact all hover flies. Regards Chris.

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Hovers

Have fun Chris about 300 or so British Species :-) and they are all about to happen soon so polish your lens Chris :-)

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Lens

It's polished already, I have just retired and for the first time in 30 years I've got time on my hands. When I think of all those days sat in the office looking at the sunshine outside, no more. Regards Chris.