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Tephritidae: Terellia longicauda? => yes
JarJar
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Posted on 04-02-2019 17:16
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Hi there,

could this be Terellia longicauda?

Seen in Germany, South, Baden-W├╝rttemberg, H├╝fingen near Donaueschingen, sitting on Cirsium eriophorum, about 5mm, 25. July 2010

Thanks a lot,
Chris
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Ben Hamers
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Yes, it is T. longicauda

Ben
 
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Hi Ben,

thanks a lot!

Best regards,
Chris
 
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