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Sawfly - possibly Tenthredo arcuata or Rhogogaster viridis???86 viewsphotographed @ Todderstaffe Hall near Singleton
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Sawfly - possibly Tenthredo arcuata or Rhogogaster viridis???83 viewsphotographed @ Todderstaffe Hall near Singleton
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Yellow Dung Fly - Scathophaga stercoraria82 viewsphotographed @ Todderstaffe Hall near Singleton
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Scorpion Fly - Panorpa germanica83 viewsphotographed @ Todderstaffe Hall near Singleton
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Marmalade Hoverfly - Episyrphus balteatus58 viewsphotographed @ Todderstaffe Hall near Singleton
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Hoverfly - Eristalis tenax58 viewsphotographed @ Todderstaffe Hall near Singleton
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Marmalade Hoverfly - Episyrphus balteatus58 viewsphotographed @ Todderstaffe Hall near Singleton
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Yellow Dung Fly - Scathophaga stercoraria141 viewsphotographed @ Todderstaffe Hall near Singleton
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75 viewsphotographed @ Todderstaffe Hall near Singleton
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54 viewsphotographed @ Todderstaffe Hall near Singleton
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53 viewsphotographed @ Todderstaffe Hall near Singleton
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Scorpion Fly - Panorpa germanica58 viewsphotographed @ Todderstaffe Hall near Singleton
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Alderfly74 viewsphotographed @ Todderstaffe Hall near Singleton
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Great Pied Hoverfly - Volucella pellucens40 viewsphotographed @ Todderstaffe Hall near Singleton
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Drone fly35 viewsphotographed @ Todderstaffe Hall near Singleton
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Yellow Dung Fly40 viewsphotographed @ Todderstaffe Hall near Singleton
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Alder fly Sialis lutaria51 viewsActually a Lacewing rather than a fly, photographed @ Todderstaffe Hall near Singleton
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St Mark's-fly Bibio marci52 viewsphotographed @ Todderstaffe Hall near Singleton
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Yellow Dung Fly56 viewsThis Dung Fly appears to have been a victim of Entomophthora muscae fungus, which, "once the fungus is inside the fly it grows into the brain, causing a change in behavior.
Instead of acting normally, the fly crawls as high as possible on the branch, flower, stem or leaf it is on, spreads out its legs, stretches opens its wings and angles the abdomen away from the surface. This position improves the chances of the fungal spores leaving the dead fly and infecting new hosts"
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Some sort of Ichneumon or Swafly - maybe?53 viewsphotographed @ Todderstaffe Hall near Singleton
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Some sort of Ichneumon or Swafly - maybe?55 viewsphotographed @ Todderstaffe Hall near Singleton
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Yellow Dung Fly49 viewsphotographed @ Todderstaffe Hall near Singleton © Cliff Raby
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Flesh Fly52 viewsphotographed @ Todderstaffe Hall near Singleton
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Noonday Fly103 viewsphotographed @ Todderstaffe Hall near Singleton
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Crane Fly100 viewsI think this is possibly Dictenidia bimaculata?? photographed @ Todderstaffe Hall near Singleton
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Spotted Crane-Fly103 viewsphotographed @ Todderstaffe Hall near Singleton
 
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