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As well as the beetles there's a fly on the top flower, and it's one of the dance-flies in genus Rhamphomyia (family Empididae). I've seen Rhamphomyia nigripennis on ox-eye daisy flowers looking exactly like your insect, but there are a number of similar-looking species.
Entomologist and biological recorder
many thanks both!
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