Stratiomys singularior, the Flecked General, is a Palearcticspecies of Soldier fly

The Flecked General Stratiomys singularior, photographed on Wilden Marsh by Mike Averill. This was thought to be mainly coastal and there will only be a few records for it in Worcestershire.

IMG_0569 Male Stratiomys singularior-Wilden

The Flecked General Stratiomys singularior. (Photo by Mike Averill on Wilden Marsh)

2 Comments on “Stratiomys singularior, the Flecked General, is a Palearcticspecies of Soldier fly

  1. You’re quite the entomologist 🙂 I have to work very hard to ID insects. Here in the US I get help from bugguide.net.

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