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Lasioptera cf rubi ♀
Elena Regina
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Lazio, 2021-VII, TBL 1.5 mm
Edited by Elena Regina on 27-08-2021 14:05
Scias characterem non constituere genus, sed genus characterem.
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I would be surprised if you had fewer than a dozen species in Italy. I do not know of a guide to European species. The gall making Cecidomyiidae are normally identified by their galls. The others are identified by examination of males under a microscope.
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