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Agromyzidae - Cerodontha (Butomomyza) angulata
Walther Gritsch
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Posted on 24-02-2018 22:06
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Hello everybody ...

Another agromyzid from last summer's malaisetrapping. It keys out nicely to Cerodontha (Butomomyza) when I use good old Spencer (1976) but I'm not sure about the species. The aedeagus has an uncanny resemblance to his drawing of rohdendorfi. Or is it perhaps angulata? Or something third all together!
Any help will be much appreciated Smile

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Denmark, Copenhagen area, clearing in birchwood forest on grasses.
Malaisetrap 2/8 - 11/8 2017.
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Cerodontha (Butomomyza) angulata.

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Great! Thank you, Miloš. I thought as much but didn't want to rule out the other one.

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