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family wanted,is that Tephritidae?
jurken
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From Anhui of China, 31.89N 117.24E.
which family?
it is in the bean leaf
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Hi,

it's Agromyzidae.
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thank you
can it be furthur indentified?TumbsUp
another pic is uploaded


Juergen Peters wrote:
Hi,

it's Agromyzidae.

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Looks like Tephritidae to me, about Ensina.
Stephane.
 
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Stephane Lebrun wrote:
Looks like Tephritidae to me, about Ensina.



maybe
it is difficult to decide
 
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Change the title with "Tephritidae" to attract the experts of this family. Wink
Stephane.
 
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Stephane Lebrun wrote:
Change the title with "Tephritidae" to attract the experts of this family. Wink


done Grin
 
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Ensina sonchi L.
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thank you, sir
 
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