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Species Account for Phasia hemiptera

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Phasia hemiptera  (Fabricius, 1794)
Diptera: other groups: Tachinidae

Phasia hemiptera

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Phasia hemiptera
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Taxonomic group: flies (other) (Diptera: other groups) - County data   
Phasia hemiptera on Tachinid Recording Scheme website
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Several recent records nationally are detailed in Merrifield & Merrifield (2000) and Jones (2002). It is a parasite of shield bugs, in Europe with single records from two British species Palomena prasina and Pentatoma rufipes. In England it is found in woodland margins and old meadows (Belshaw 1993). Palomena prasina occurs in meadows, the margins of heaths, woodland clearings and parks. Pentatoma rufipes is commonly found in woodlands, and oak is a major host (Southwood & Leston 1959). References

Species text last edited on Sun Aug 10th 2008 by user 3


Broad Habitat Data (based on 3 records with habitat information)

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Structural Habitat Data (based on 2 records with structural habitat information)

Habitat Detail and Method (based on 1 records with habitat detail and method information)

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