Rhamphomyia subcinerascens - Rhamphomyia subcinerascens
Identification is difficult but the identifying features are a dark cloud on the anal lobe of the female wings, whilst the males have long tarsal hairs. We are grateful to Steve Falk for his help with the identification of the pair in the Sapcote photograph.
Peak time is April and May
Widespread and fairly frequent in England, few records from elsewhere in Britain
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