|Synonyms||ursina (Meigen, 1824 - Musca)|
|Comments||11mm, brown & hairy|
|Shaw & Ford (1991)||-|
|Belshaw (1993)||Pupates in the empty host integument.
British distribution: England, Wales (Glamorgan and Flint), S.Scotland (Edin-burgh* and Kirkcudbright*) and N.Scotland (Gartmorn Dam in Perths*).
Habitat: woodland margins (Herting, 1960; Chandler, pers. comm.) Flight period: late March to early May (at least 50 records).|
|Tschorsnig & Herting (1994)||[Servillia]. Europe to Southern England Finland; SH NS NW HE RP BW BY NB / A CH. Warm dry forest edges forest-paths. End March to Mid May 1 generation. On the ground on tree-trunks or in grass; usually rare. Host unknown.|
|JNCC review (1996)||-|
|Shaw & Ford (2000)||-|
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