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Bibio lanigerus

Observed: 27th March 2012 By: ophrys
Yorkshire Naturalists' Union
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lanigerus a
lanigerus b
Description:

Small relative of the St. Mark's Fly. Front tibia short and swollen, with two spines, one longer than the other. Long pale hairs on thorax and abdomen. [Specimen taken and keyed out using Freeman and Lane]
Very common today at edge of wodland.

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