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Species Account for Coenosia atra

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Coenosia atra  Meigen, 1830
Diptera: other groups: Muscidae

 
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National status: Scarce



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Taxonomic group: flies (other) (Diptera: other groups) - County data   
 
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Species text
Coenosia atra is a small fly with records widely scattered in Wales and England north to Nottinghamshire, also Perthshire in Scotland. It is found in fens, marshy areas on heaths and in dune slacks. Its biology is unknown. References

Species text last edited on Tue Mar 20th 2007 by user 3

Habitats

Broad Habitat Data (based on 41 records with habitat information)

Broad subhabitat Data (based on 2 records with subhabitat information)

Structural Habitat Data (based on 15 records with structural habitat information)

Habitat Detail and Method (based on 24 records with habitat detail and method information)

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