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Tephritidae - Trupanea amoena
Liliane D
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Posted on 01-09-2018 19:09
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Hello,
On fennel, in the south of France, June 15, 2015
Is it Trupanea amoena or another Tephritide?
Thank you for your help
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Any idea?
 
Paul Beuk
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Trupanea amoena, I'd say
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correct
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