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Tephritidae > Tephritis angustipennis
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On 10 cm snow in Mid Sweden, December 12.
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Tephritis tanaceti or dioscurea
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Ok Val. tanaceti is not recorded in Sweden and dioscurea seems to be seldom seen (can find only one record) while Tephritis neesii is commonly found.
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Certainly NOT neesii
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Severyn's opinion is Tephritis angustipennis, and I entirely agree: the medial rays are incomplete.
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Thankyou Val.
 
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