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Cecidomyiidae - Ozirhincus sp.? -> Ozirhincus anthemidis
Haleun
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Posted on 11-06-2019 22:18
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Hello,
this 2 - 3 mm fly was found on May 29 in our backyard in Hannover. We have got Tanaceti (not flowering yet) and Leucanthemum (flowering) in our garden within 1 m distance to the fly.
Would Ozirhincus tanaceti be a possibility?

Many thanks for an answer!

Hans
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It is at least close to Ozirhincus. O. tanaceti is now a junior synonym of O. longicollis.
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Posted on 12-06-2019 12:39
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Thanks a lot, John!
As a non-expert I feel happy about the right track.

Hans
 
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Should be Ozirhincus anthemidis based on host plant, color, and small occiput.
 
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Posted on 13-01-2020 22:36
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Dear John,

thank you very, very much!

I'm sorry for answering so late, but I got no message.
So this tiny fly gets a name in our New Year.

I wish you a successfull and a joyful year 2020 !!!

Hans
 
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