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Patrik E
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Posted on 14-02-2018 12:46
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Hello !

This female was ovipositing in lettuce-flowers in the kitchengarden Aug.5 -2016. In the middle part of Sweden. Size 6 mm.
Is it possible to tell genera or even species from this Pictures ?

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Botanophila .....maybe seneciella
Mostly known from Jacobaea vulgaris, so I have a little doubt finding this species in Lactuca sativa....it could also be B. gnava.
Always difficult with females.....they look all the same.


Johanna
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Thank you Johanna for giving me the right genera !
More than 50 Botanophila in the Swedish-list and after a look at their latin species-names, I can see many of them are found of Composite-flowers.

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