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Napomyza gymnostoma or Hylemya antiqua ?
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Posted on 26-10-2010 11:38

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Napomyza gymnostoma - The translation of slovenian vernacular name would be Leeks (Allium porrum) driller. Since found in leek it might be it.

If I store this somewhere (how), when can I expect to emerge something ?
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Posted on 27-10-2010 07:28
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And what about a Merodon sp.?
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Posted on 27-10-2010 08:20
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I'd say Agromyzidae.

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