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Hello,
Collected in the south-east of France.
Near Sciapus calceolatus.

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After a review, rather close to Sciapus evanidus.
The 4th tarsal of leg 1 is also enlarged. In the photo it is turned so not visible.
 
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Fore tarsus and cerci look rather different from pictures of Parent (1938) for evanidus. This Doli can belong to an undescribed species.
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