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Shiny black fly

Observed: 27th September 2013 By: scyrenescyrene’s reputation in Invertebratesscyrene’s reputation in Invertebratesscyrene’s reputation in Invertebrates
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Description:

Tiny (a few millimetres long) fly with shiny black body, bulbous head, and iridescent wings.

Identifications
Species interactions

No interactions present.

Comments

JohnColdwell's picture

sepsid

Not heard these flies called Lesser Dung Flies before. I thought these generally referred to Sphaeroceridae.

JohnColdwell's picture

sepsid

Not heard these flies called Lesser Dung Flies before. I thought these generally referred to Sphaeroceridae.

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Ensign Flies

AKA Ensign Flies possibly S.fulgens but cant be certain from these two images

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