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Parasitic Fly (S bella)

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First recorded in Britain in 1998 and now common in southern England; associated with the decline of small tortoiseshell butterflies


 

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Peter Orchard

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Common Name Parasitic Fly (S bella)
Scientific Name Sturmia bella
Interest Level
3
Species Family Parasitic flies
Preferred Environment
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Additional Identification Notes