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Tephritidae - Campiglossa (cf.) guttella
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Garden - Aster sp.
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Should be Campiglossa misella.
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Thank you so much, Piet! As far as I know C. misella is not found in Norway - so maybe the first time....

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Campiglossa guttella Rondani complex, apparently guttella itself
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Hi Val!
Thank you so much!

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