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Yes, Panorpa sp. and my closest guess would be Panopa vulgaris.http://www.ecotourismus.de/tierwelt_euro...http://www.wildabouttheworld.com/gallery...http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Panorp...You have 7 different species in France, it is not Meridionalis from the South West and probably not Etrusca from only the farest South East, but also very rare one.
Thanks Daniel it's surely a Panorpa...
Lat: 43.83, Long: 7.12
Spotted on Nov 3, 2013 Submitted on Nov 3, 2013