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Tephritidae II - Tephritis bardanae
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South Norway 6 September. The fly was knocked down from a cypress tree (?).
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Tephritis bardanae

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It is a normal behavior of Tephritis spp. to hide inside the cypress andjuniper trees. Theyoverwinter as adults apparently hide there. A few of them survive until summer.
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Many thanks Ben, for the species identification and many thanks Val, for the interesting information about Tephritis.

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