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Tephritis, but which one? -> Tephritis conura
Rupert Huber
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Hi to all!

After studying the pictures in the gallery, I think it's closest to Tephritis conura. T. crepidis and T. matricariae would be 2nd and 3rd choice.
Which one is it? Length roughly estimated 5 mm.

Found 30.6.2022 in Germany, Upper Bavaria, Anger/Höglwörth, ~540 m a.s.l., coordinates 47.81415, 12.84689
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Tephritis conura

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Tephritis conura has the most developed dark pattern among them, so it is. Other characters are hardly visible.
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Thanks for the answer, Ben and Val!
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