Thread subject: Diptera.info :: Curious Agromyzidae --> Napomyza sp. female

Posted by bertrandpami on 13-09-2022 10:08
#1

Hui,
Familiy seems good, but after ?
Cuise-La-Motte (Northen France) 11-09-2022
Many thanks.
Michel

Edited by bertrandpami on 19-09-2022 13:46

Posted by bertrandpami on 13-09-2022 10:08
#2

Other view :

Posted by bertrandpami on 13-09-2022 10:09
#3

And :

Posted by John Carr on 13-09-2022 14:28
#4

Subfamily Phytomyzinae.

Posted by bertrandpami on 13-09-2022 14:35
#5

Many thanks, John.
Michel

Posted by bertrandpami on 13-09-2022 15:34
#6

John, what do you think of Cerodontha ?
Many thanks.
Michel

Posted by John Carr on 13-09-2022 15:43
#7

bertrandpami wrote:
John, what do you think of Cerodontha ?
Many thanks.
Michel


It is not likely Cerodontha. The wing veins put it close to Phytomyza. The veins are crowded towards the front of the wing, the costa ends at R4+5, and m-cu is close to the base of the wing (in most species in this group it is absent; in the rest it is retracted).

Posted by bertrandpami on 15-09-2022 09:21
#8

Hi, Why do you think of Chromatomyia horticola ?
Here : https://eol.org/p...
or here : https://diptera.i..._id=106578
Many thanks.
Michel

Edited by bertrandpami on 15-09-2022 09:22

Posted by mcerny on 15-09-2022 12:20
#9

Napomyza sp. female.

MiloŇ°

Posted by bertrandpami on 15-09-2022 13:34
#10

Many thanks.
Michel