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Snipe Flies

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chrisjohnson
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Snipe Flies

Post by chrisjohnson » 18 Jun 2013, 09:29

Lots of Snipe Flies Rhagio scolopaceus about at present. We had one being attacked by Ancistrocerus scoticus (a mason wasp) yesterday, a new record for Ardivachar.

Chris
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