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Gonioglossum weidemanni
philward
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Posted on 10-01-2013 17:34
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I found this, what I believe to be a form of Fruit Fly in my garden in July of last year, but have been unable to identify it.
I am a complerte amature, having just retired, and have developed a keen interest in all things small in my half acre garden in Horncastle, Lincolnshire, England.
This is one of a few I may need help with, so thank you all for any you can give in advance
Phil Ward
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Hi, Phil! Welcome!! Wink

Your fly is a Tephritidae indeed Smile Edit the title of your thread and name it Tephritidae for ID, to attract the attention of the experts in this family Wink
 
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Goniglossum wiedemanni:
http://www.dipter...to_id=3371
In the background there looks to be a flower of Bryonia dioica which is the host plant for the larvae of G. wiedemanni.
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Thank you both for your help.
Phil Ward
 
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