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Chamaepsila - Chamaepsila nigricornis (?)
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Chamaepsila rosae or nigricornis
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Thank you very much!

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Hello, I propose Chamaepsila nigricornis. On the first picture you can clearly see the row of long hairs, the completely black antennae are also characteristic.
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Thank you very much! Then it should be ok I think.

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well, are there other possibilities?

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