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Tephritis sp. Sweden
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Posted on 15-11-2022 21:24

Location: Gothenburg, Sweden
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Hi, can this Tephritis be identified?
Collected in NW Sweden in June 2019.
Johane attached the following image:

Edited by Johane on 15-11-2022 21:25
Johan Ennerfelt
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Posted on 15-11-2022 21:26

Location: Gothenburg, Sweden
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Johane attached the following image:

Johan Ennerfelt
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Posted on 15-11-2022 21:26

Location: Gothenburg, Sweden
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Johan Ennerfelt
Ben Hamers
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Posted on 16-11-2022 11:47

Location: Heerlen ( Holland )
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Campiglossa sp.

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Posted on 16-11-2022 13:59
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Looks like Campiglossa solidaginis White, but the colour of notopleurals is not visible. Anyway, something very rare and interesting.
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Posted on 16-11-2022 17:23

Location: Gothenburg, Sweden
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Thanks for your help Ben and Val,

The posterior notopleural is white. I come to Campiglossa loewiana with White's key to British Tephritidae. But we have some more species in Sweden that are not included in that key.
Johan Ennerfelt
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