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Sarcophag? - Metopia campestris, male.
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South Norway, Telemark.
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Open area in forest,
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I think Metopia -- antenna long, arista bare, eyes large, strong bristles on inner parafacial, anterior reclinate orbital in front of posterior proclinate orbital.
 
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Thank you very much!

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Excellent thought. It is actually the male of M. campestris. It looks like a female, but you can very nicely observe the specialized hairs on front tarsus ( hence: a. male).

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Great! Thank you!

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