The reason I think it is Exephanes is the shape of the hypopygium and that it has long hairs on cerci (also called pygostyles in Perkins key). Attached photo showing the long hairs on cerci on one of my own specimens of Exephanes occupator (see below).
I have checked the key to Exephanes in Hinz & Horstmann (see http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/part/66548#/summary
), and compared with photo of E. femoralis in Camille's gallery. It's not possible to check all key charachters from the photos! For example width/length index of fourth segment of flagellum and width/length index of femora... (that's why it needs to be collected!). The other possible species is Exephanes fulvescens, also not known from Denmark according to Taxapad! Don't think it's any of the other Exephanes species.
Actually, maybe E. fulvescens is more likely. I've gone through the descriptions in Hinz & Hortmann again, fulvescens have normally yellowish-brown trochanters, femoralis black. Trochanters are yellowish-red (brown) on the photographed specimen.
Photo of E. fulvescens at BOLD: http://www.boldsystems.org/index.php/Ta ... xid=269749
So that means this need to be collected for a certain ID! (I was a bit too quick with my first suggestion...).