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Yours I see is likely (not fair!). I used >>this<<
and a few others for ID.
I see they can be quite similar; the comparative size of the pronotum helped me decide.
You seem certain, convince me and you can have an agreement.
...but the species of Dasytes are very complicated to tell even under the microscope. You could compare it with D. plumbeus or D. subaeneus.
This is not a click beetle because it is missing e.g. the prosternal process, the shape of the pronotum is totally different and comparing with the flower it must be less than half the size of an Agrypnus murinus.
Lat/Lng: 52.9009, -1.2294
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