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The long face certainly makes B. hortorum a possibility, there is also B. ruderatus to consider.
Chris Brooks - www.dragonfly-images.co.uk
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I've agreed with hortorum - as Chris says, the much rarer ruderatus is similar, but given the bright yellow of the bands on the thorax, what looks like plenty of yellow at the front of the abdomen, and the long hairs on the body generally, I think hortorum is the most likely solution.
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Both the long face and the yellow-haired scutellum exclude any of the lucorum group.
Lat/Lng: 50.63, -2.0604
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