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Stratiomyidae ? -> Sargus
Eugene K
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Paul, thank you! Can it be Sargus cuprarius (the pictures of this species fits with the tone of the thorax and the colour of the legs)? If it useful, here is the photo of the head with the base of the antennaes. It looks like there are something like white spots.
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