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Stratiomyidae, Beris strobli
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Posted on 01-12-2020 08:46
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Thank you for your help!
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Legs are very dark, (can we get a better view on the legs ?) and altitude exclude hauseri. More like strobli.


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Hi Theo, yes I will make new photos in the evening.

Thank you,

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sry for the blurry picture, hope it will help you.
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Yes, genitalia contradict Beris geniculata and the antenna is short, so I'd say Beris strobli.

These Beris species are tricky indeed but strobli fits and the location / habitat fits as well
See Jean-Paul Haenni's recent contribution on Beris strobli in Switzerland.

NIce work

Theo
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Thank you very much Theo! TumbsUp
 
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