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Empis Tessellata (Empididae) are true flies (Diptera) with a tiny, spherical head with a down-pointing proboscis and a distinctive short triangular cell close to the wing-tip. They are predatory on other flies but also take nectar and often hunt on Hawthorn and umbellifer flowers.
Model release not required. Property release not required.