It was feeding on flowers with Oedemera nobilis, but barely half the size
No interactions present.
May need gential exam to be absolute the absence of dilated femora points to lurida
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I agree, this is not Oedemera nobilis, and is very likely to be Oedemera lurida, but it is difficult to rule out the much rarer Oedemera virescens without microscopic examination.
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Many thanks! Rod
Lat/Lng: 51.44, -0.02
OS grid ref: TQ377730