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Urophora => Urophora jaceana, male
Gansucha
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Posted on 18-08-2018 10:38
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Ukraine, Rivne region, on June 24.
Is it possible to determine the species of Urophora for these photos? Unfortunately, the host plant is unknown.
farm2.staticflickr.com/1832/44098912151_bcdbe951fd_z.jpg
ukrbin.com//files/56/Urophora_sp._2.JPG
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Male Urophora jaceana, if from Ukraine.
Host plant is Centaurea jacea or nigricauda
Edited by Nosferatumyia on 18-08-2018 11:47
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Nosferatumyia wrote:
Male Urophora jaceana, if from Ukraine.
Host plant is Centaurea jacea or nigricauda

Thank you !!!
The Centaurea nearby really grew.
You can put a definition on Ukrbin.
Edited by Gansucha on 18-08-2018 16:26
 
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