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Napomyza gymnostoma? (Phytomyza sp.(female)
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Napomyza gymnostoma(female) is the correct name? Thank you very much. Slovak Republik, Terchová region on the Malá Fatra, approximately 700 m above sea level 06.07.2011.
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[quote]Mucha Fero wrote:
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Correct name is Phytomyza gymnostoma Loew, 1858, but this is not P. gymnostoma.

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mcerny wrote:
Correct name is Phytomyza gymnostoma Loew, 1858, but this is not P. gymnostoma.

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Miloš thank you for the information. I decided to Phytomyza krygeri (female). Is it good?
 
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Not P. krygeri.

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mcerny wrote:
Not P. krygeri.

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Miloš thank you very much.
 
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