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Urophora cuspidata? => Urophora congrua
Mtfyfe
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Posted on 05-08-2021 20:04
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30.07.21, Germany, South West, at Cirsium eriophorum
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Hi all,
since there is no approval, I have to assume it is only Urophora sp., correct?
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Urophora cuspidata is living in different species of Centaurea and has much slender black stripes on wing.
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Certainly Urophora congrua Loew male. Typically montane species as its host plant is.

Please upload pictures to the gallery, it is quite an uncommon in collections and on the photos.
Edited by Nosferatumyia on 13-12-2021 08:48
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Thank you Val,
I did not find this one. Very interesting.
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Lars
P.S. I will try to submit to the gallery.
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