Their wings typically have dark markings and are placed on top of each other on the back in resting position.
|Epiphragma ocellaris prefer moist habitats such as deciduous forests, swamps or wet meadows. They are active in May and June and from September to April and suck blood. |
Their larvae, which probably develop in the soil, have hairy pseudopods (feet). They feed on parts of decaying plants.
|Author||Carl von Linné (Carl Nilsson Linnæus), 1761|
North Europe (British Isles (United Kingdom (Great Britain)))
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