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Sepsid Fly

One of a swarm of tiny black flies that were across crawling over thistles (Cirsium sp) at the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors.  Probably a Sepsis sp. (Diptera: Sepsidae).

Photo taken behind Hangingstone, near Guisborough, North Yorkshire, UK, on 2010-08-08.

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