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Sepsidae; Themira putris (was Help needed)
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Is it possible to tell Family, genus and spieces of this fly? Sphaerophoria?
Notice leg 1 with spike if that can help
Photo from 23 July 2021 Kramfors 62 N, E 17 Ă…ngermanland, Sweden.

Thanks for your help in advance

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Most males of Sepsidae have ornamented front femora to hold the female better.
 
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Looks like** Themira putris Sepsidae.

https://www.dipte...d_id=99786
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Thanks a lot for your help Roger
Kurt Holmqvist
 
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