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Agromyzidae, => Agromyza species
Klaas
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27 sep 09, The Netherlands, Meppel, Reestdal

2,8 mm, on leaves of Acer

Family right?Species?

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Acalypterat fly. Agromyzidae, I guess
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Nikita Vikhrev wrote:
Acalypterat fly. Agromyzidae, I guess


Thank you Nikita.
I'll change the title!

In that case Subfamily Agromyzinae, Ophiomyia is a possible genus?

Kahis tells "This is a very difficult genus, probably with many undescribed species'', so i quess it stops on genuslevel - if this is the right genus anyway??Smile

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This is Agromyza sp., halter is white, 1 + 3 dorsocentral setae, prescutellar setae present.
Ophiomyia sp. = halter is dark, brown or black, 0 + 2 (rare 0 + 3) dorsocentral setae, prescutellar setae absent.

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Thank you Milos,

I've changed the title again.
Glad to have the right genus at least

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