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Sturmia bella | British ?Linnaemyia for ID
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Posted on 24-08-2019 22:48
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England, Surrey, Bookham Common, 24 August 2019
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Not Linnaemya. Subfamily Exoristinae.
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I’d say Sturmia bella, the late summer / autumn Tachini on Nymphalinae.

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