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Tephritidae > Dithryca guttularis
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Posted on 19-06-2019 22:37

Location: France - Picardie
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A Tephritidae found in north of France (Picardie - Oise) 25/05/2019 on limestone hill.
Simon Barbier : France : Breteuil : 60120 : 25/05/2019
Altitude : 112 m - Taille : ~ 6 mm

Dithryca guttularis is possible ?

Thanks for help.
Edited by mite_picarde on 22-06-2019 18:32
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Posted on 20-06-2019 15:04
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Yes it is

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Posted on 22-06-2019 18:31

Location: France - Picardie
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Thanks Nosferatumyia
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