A medium-sized cranefly beaten from low vegetation. Expanded posterior part of abdomen and markings might be distinctive..?
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Well, I'm certainly convinced. Looks like getting to species from the key with this photo is rather tricky (i.e. practically impossible), but genus is a good start. Much appreciated.
I assume you have a copy of the key - downloadable at http://nora.nerc.ac.uk/7509/
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Aye, I have, thanks. Unfortunately the photo doesn't seem to show the details clearly enough for any sort of confidence... I'll know next time. :o)
Lat/Lng: 52.5662, -1.8579
OS grid ref: SP097964