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Welcome to HRS

Welcome to the Hoverfly Recording Scheme

The hoverflies (Diptera, Syrphidae) are a family of attractive and familiar flies that we all see visiting flowers. Gardeners welcome them because many of the black-and-yellow striped species have larvae which prey on greenfly and bacause of their important role in pollination.

The National Recording Scheme, launched in 1976, aims to collate information about their ecology and distribution.

On this web site you can find:

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Didea Fasciata by Stuart Edmunds

Didea Fasciata Found Didea fasciata at Cornwood Common (near Ivybridge Devon 14 Oct 2006, minor concern about D. interrupta because the colour of the halteres are not visible History of species in Devon Didea fasciata was recorded in 1993 (having previously been recorded only in 1906). There have been a handful of records since, including one found by Rod Belringer at Trago Mills (SX1764) in July 2003.
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