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Looks good to me! Thanks for that.
It´s probably pedissequum because the dark area below the stigma spreads markedly below R2+3. And there don´t appear to be woods near your location
This is worth a look
and here´s my observation of similar which has
been identified as X. stackelbergi on the Danish ispot, where it seems to be more established and accepted as a distinct species. The last pic shows the dark area below the stigma ending abruptly at r2+3
there is possibly nothing conclusive here, and we await further updates on these species, but something to consider at least
latest pics and diptera videos
Many thanks, I'll follow it up.
Lat/Lng: 50.6954, -2.657
OS grid ref: SY536886