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Pupae in reed gall -> Cryptonevra flavitarsis
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Posted on 17-03-2022 10:14
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In Vienna, in a Phragmites australis gall, induced by the chloropid Lipara lucens.
Are these the pupae of that species or s.th. else?

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Edited by Carnifex on 04-04-2022 19:47
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I am a bit more cautious and say Lipara sp. (but if thay come from the photographed gall, they should be lucens). Besides, some other chloropids can be reared from Phragmites (long ago I reared some), but these are much smaller.
 
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I think these are from an inquiline. Perhaps a Cryptonevra or Calamoncosis sp.
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Ok, thanks so far. Let's hope they will hatch.
As for the gall itself, I am pretty sure it is Lipara lucens, as the other reed-inhabiting Lipara species seem to induce rather different galls
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After hatching of the adults, they could be IDed as Cryptonevra flavitarsis
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