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Sphaeroceridae => Crumomyia cf. setibialis
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Thanks Paul

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David Brice told me:
Crumomyia raserii (most likely) or setibialis.
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I think that should be roserii. The fact that fore and hind tibiae are darkekend may be indicative of setitibialis. The last 20-30 roserii I saw did not have any darkening at all but these were from France and not Finnland.
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Because roserii should be a new species in Finland, I asked still Jere. He said that roserii is possible but it is better use C. cf. setibialis.

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