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Panorpa communis can reach a body length of about 30 millimetres (1.2 in). The common scorpionfly has a black and yellow body, with a reddish head and tail. The male has a pair of claspers at the end of its tail (for holding the female during mating), giving it a scorpion-like appearance, although it is not a stinger.
The adult is seen between May and September.  They eat dead insects (although they sometimes eat live aphids), sometimes taking them from spider webs and plant sap.
Although fully winged, the adults rarely fly very far and spend much of their time crawling on vegetation in damp, shaded places near water and along hedgerows. Panorpa communis is an univoltine species. Eggs are laid in soil annually and the larvae both scavenge and pupate there.
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