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Fly ID. >Melanagromyza lappae
Pentti Ketola
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Posted on 20-06-2019 13:13

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Photo on Finland Kokkola 20 June 2019.
Is it possible to get genus for that female?
Size 4-5mm.

Thanks for help.
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Edited by Pentti Ketola on 20-06-2019 15:40
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Posted on 20-06-2019 13:56

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Hi Pentti, I think it's Agromyzidae, Melanagromyza lappae. Found the same a few days ago.

Pentti Ketola
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Thank you very much!
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