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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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Sites List Distribution Map Some Charts Some Photographs Original Tweets Relatives Guidance Notes
Common Name Parasitic Fly (S bella)
Scientific Name Sturmia bella
Interest Level
Species Family Parasitic flies
Preferred Environment
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Additional Identification Notes