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Diptera > Phytomyza gymnostoma from Belgium 2022-04-27 For ID !
Tetrao
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Posted on 27-04-2022 16:12
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Hello all,

I pictured this Diptera today in my garden.
After some search on forums I could not determine it.

This specimen is about 3,0mm (measured on picture) !
Is it possible to ID ?

Thank you for reading, for your comments and / or ID !!!

Dorsale view :
observations.be/media/photo/48480163.jpg

Profil view :
observations.be/media/photo/48480164.jpg
Edited by Tetrao on 28-04-2022 09:15
 
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Hi, this seems to be a miner of the Agromyzidae, perhaps a Phytomyza sp.
On what plant did you find it?
Greetings, Eric
 
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Agromyzidae subfamily Phytomyzinae. What plant is it on?
 
http://www.flickr.com/photos/31715949@N00
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the plant is Sambucus, surely Sambucus nigra !

Thank you both for help !!!!!!!
 
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Thank you very much again, it seems I found it on the french forum insecte.org :

Phytomyza gymnostoma

https://www.insec...lit=144569

or
https://www.insec...lit=179819

Could it be that one ( I looked only at the habitus ... ) ???

 
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Seems to be a female ?

https://www.dipte...to_id=7335

 
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Yes, it's a female and it seems to be Phytomyza gymnostoma. It's host is Allium - if you want to be sure, you may look at leek leaves in summer:
https://bladminee...ymnostoma/
Greetings, Eric
 
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Thank you Éric !!!!!
 
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