Update on this product after a year of use: I'm now using this to hold my camera steady up to the eyepiece of my microscope where it serves it purpose perfectly well if using the macro stacking function, so not a waste of money after all.
The yellow markings in Scaeva tend to be more comma like, the genus is generally also very different in size with Eupeodes much smaller. You will also see a difference in the frons with Scaeva having a large inflated frons.
Earlier this year I found a species of fly, Pseudolynchia canariensis (Hippoboscidae) aka the Pigeon Louse Fly, which appears to be the first record for Britain.
It would be good to know whether or not this species is found throughout the country - which is plausible due to the low level of...
Taking into consideration the width of the frons I would say Lucilia sericata - If you use Irecord to log these sightings then the record would be confirmed, or otherwisem, by the National Recording Scheme organiser
I've been using the Novagrade 40.5mm Digiscoping Adapter for Olympus Stylus TOUGH TG-Series Digital Cameras.
My camera is the Olympus TG-5 and I have using the adapter with Celestron Regal M2 100 ED Spotting Scope.
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The product is well made and sturdy, this is about it...