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Why don't you add the observation as I would say it was, it seems a shame when you put so much on iSpot that you don't give it a go,it does not matter if it's not right as someone else would revise it with the correct id.
hi Fenwickfield, i just like to make sure, with you guys hope you dont mind regards keith
I hope I am right :) as I get them wrong at times.Op's just seen the new id so I wasn't
Sorry for making you put it on :(
I am actually having second thoughts about it - looking a bit harder, maybe it does have spines on the tibia so Bibio after all. But there is something about it that does not shout marci at me. As I am finding 6 Bibionids on the wing just now in N Scotland, maybe I am a bit cautious - you have to be careful even with specimens
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Thanks Syrphus,,No prob Fenwickfield , regards keith.
dont know if this helps when i saw it my brain said st marks , and to me it did look like a st marks . but quite a bit bigger than the st marks seen around here.
just had id from Niamh natural history museum , nature plus, Niamh is a Evolutionary biologist went for st marks fly, she said the legs gave it away, regards keith.
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