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Agromyzidae from Madrid (Spain) -> Looks like Chromatomyia sp, possibly syngenesiae
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In Sonchus sp. that came in a plant I bought. After a few days two adults emerged. Madrid (Spain), 17/4/16.

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Looks like Chromatomyia sp, possibly syngenesiae.
 
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Thanks Barry.
 
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