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Captured in Lavilletertre (Dépt. Oise - France) - August 16, 2002. Length without antennae: 10.0 mm.

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#1 | balmer on 03 April 2012 14:56:58
I made a misidentifying previously !
It is not C.ceriaeformis , because I neglected the color of tibiae 3 (they have not black spots)
It is Conops quadrifasciatus De Geer 1776
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