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Dolichopodidae? => Achalcus cinereus
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Achalcus, I'd say
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Thanks Paul

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There are 4 species in Finland, of which only Achalcus cinereus has black body.
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Still better.
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Compare with Australachalcus melanotrichus, which has entirely black antenna.
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