Dance Fly - Empis livida

Sharon Perrett

Portsmouth, United Kingdom

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Empis livida

They are frequently seen around Hawthorn hedges in which the brambles occur. They fly from April to July and will also be found on umbellifers such as Hogweed, supping nectar while waiting to satisfy their carnivorous tastes by spearing, with their long thin proboscis, any small fly that cares to join the nectar feast. The larvae are also carnivorous and live in damp soil and leaf litter.

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