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Tephritis sp. ID > Tephritis conura
Maks S
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Posted on 13-07-2019 00:29
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Would it be possible to ID the species? Found on 06.07.2019 in Ojcowski NP in southern Poland.

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Edited by Maks S on 13-07-2019 15:38
 
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Hi, female T. matricariae (cf. neesii)

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Why not Tephritis conura?
 
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T. conura would fit better to the Cirsium? where it rests - as well as to the date...
 
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Thank you very much.
I'll add that I found it in a field of Cirsium oleraceum, so everything fits T. conura.
Edited by Maks S on 13-07-2019 15:38
 
Nosferatumyia
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Tephritis conura, no doubts!

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Thanks for the confirmation.
 
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