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Dasineura rosae Gall inhabitants?
Jim Senn
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Posted on 27-01-2022 16:40
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Badem, RLP, Germany; 03 Jul 2021; I collected several Dasineura rosae Galls near my house & later collected more. Dasineura rosae Midge larve are the yellow larve. Other larve reported in D. rosae galls are: inquilines; Macrolabis lucenti (white larve), & M. alatauensis (also presumed white larve) Midges. parasites; Lestodiplosis rosarum larve Midges. Can somebody help ID these? (No Midge images survived but 4 species of wasp, a louse, a thripse, & a caterpillar did. I"ll try again next year.)
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Second photo. 2 D. Rosae larve. 1 inquiline larva (which doesn't look like Macrolabis luceti or M. alatauensis larve seen in first photo)? 1 parasitic larva?
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Third photo. D. rosae larva & a parasitic larva -- I persume this may be a parasitic wasp larva.
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Fourth photo. D. rosae Gall for reference.
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Hi Jim,
I've attached a version of your second photo with markup I added. Two cecidomyiid larvae, one Hymenoptera larva, and a second probable Hymenoptera larva. The clearly defined head of the larger wasp larva is visible (circled) and its opposing mandibles are just barely noticeable as a dark smudge on the head.
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Jim Senn
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Thanks for your help & for taking the time & effort needed for this answer.
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