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Fly ID. >Dicraeus spec.
Pentti Ketola
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Hi,
ID possible?
Photo on Finland Kokkola 15 July 2022.
Size 2,3mm.




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Thank you Paul!

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Chloropidae, Oscinellinae: Dicraeus spec. The large epandrium with complicated and long surstyli are as well typical as the very long wing vein R2+3. Larvae of all world Dicraeus spp. develop in young caryopses (grains) of grasses, most being monophagous in one grass genus.
 
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Thank you !

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