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Agromyzid parasitoid?
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Posted on 17-07-2021 10:50
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These ant-like creatures (2 individuals) were found in a glass where I wanted to raise Myosotis (Forget-me-not) miners.
I assume the host was an Agromyza:

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Your parasitoid belongs to the Chalcidoidea, a superfamily with many families. In Myosotis there are several European Agromyzidae leaf miners: Agromyza abiens, A. myosotidis, A. pseudorufipes, Chromatomyia horticola, Phytomyza myosotica, P. pulmonariae. The puparium does not belong to Chromatomyia horticola.
 
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