|Female Graphomya maculata|
Graphomya maculata is a species of fly. It is widespread and common in most parts of Europe and also occurs in North Africa including the Canary Islands. The thorax bears the same black and white pattern in both sexes. Females also have a black and white abdomen, while the male has orange colouration on the abdomen as seen in the picture.
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- "Graphomya maculata (Scopoli, 1763)". Fauna Europaea. Fauna Europaea Secretariat, Museum für Naturkunde, Berlin. Retrieved 10 August 2020.
- Collins Complete Guide to British Insects by Michael Chinery (2005), page 316.
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