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Agromyzidae imago ID-able? -> difficult by image
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Posted on 27-11-2022 14:46
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Wondering if Agromyzidae imagos are ID-able by image. Not the best image, but worth a try.

Netherlands, 2022-09-20, around 3mm, on an Aquilegia vulgaris.

waarneming.nl/media/photo/58231340.jpg
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Somewhat the same found:

waarneming.nl/media/photo/50782046.jpg
waarneming.nl/media/photo/50782047.jpg
waarneming.nl/media/photo/50782048.jpg

Could this be Phytomyza? Found this ID matrix (https://agromyzidae.linnaeus.naturalis.nl/linnaeus_ng/app/views/matrixkey/index.php?mtrx=167), even though not all species are in there it might be enough for a genus?
 
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This looks like Phytomyza, yes, but in many (most?) cases you will need male genitalia for a reliable ID.
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Paul Beuk wrote:
This looks like Phytomyza, yes, but in many (most?) cases you will need male genitalia for a reliable ID.


Dank!
 
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