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Hypoderma lineatum ?
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Tony, thank you very much!
 
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H. lineatum is more furry. It is extremely rare in Europe, these days, if not extinct ( I haven't seen any confirmed record over the last 50 years).

This is H. diana, a species on Cervus elaphus, that flies (early) spring.

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Thanks, Theo. I thought that diana had darker legs, but I guess that can vary, and I have no personal experience of any Hypoderma.
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Theo, thank you very much for your explanation
 
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Hi Tony,

Have a look in the gallery, you will find more redlegged diana.

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