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Ephydridae to ID please.
Roger Thomason
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Found this among my photo's from July 2018. Some Scatella sp. I guess. Anyone "guess" any further or better?

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A Limnellia - either (probably) surturi or quadrata. The wing markings are not typical for either species, but living on desolate windswept islands tends to induce strange forms among the inhabitants - you must have noticed!
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Thanks for that Tony. I assume you mean that it's the British Isles that are desolate and windswept and true there are some strange forms in and around Norfolk. You must have noticed! CoolWink
 
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Can't argue with that! Grin
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