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Tephritidae, Campiglossa ? -> C. misella
Axel D
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Posted on 21-05-2022 23:51
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Hi

Yesterday, I found this fly in a (wet ?) meadow. I believed first it was a Tephritis but after looking for the species I think it is closer to Campiglossa, a genus I didn't know before. I'm not sure for the species but I think it is close to C. misella. Do you agree ? The host plant must be present and I also found Oxyna parietina not far away (there are Artemisia plants but I don't know which species).

Chelles, Seine-et-Marne, Île-de-France, France
21st of May 2022
Body length : 4 mm ?
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Ben Hamers
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Yes, looks good for Campiglossa misella.

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Thank you Ben. A new genus and a new species for me.
 
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