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If you look at http://www.ispot.org.uk/node/317103
I have suggested this might be Agabus bipustulatus but I don't think enough detail can be seen to rule out, for example, Ilybius montanus or Rhantus grapii. Two people have agreed. So are they saying they can see enough detail to be sure it is A. bipustulatus, or are they just agreeing it might be this? I thought an agreement meant you were confirming the id., however speculative it was.