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Curious Agromyzidae --> Napomyza sp. female
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Hui,
Familiy seems good, but after ?
Cuise-La-Motte (Northen France) 11-09-2022
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Subfamily Phytomyzinae.
 
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Many thanks, John.
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John, what do you think of Cerodontha ?
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bertrandpami wrote:
John, what do you think of Cerodontha ?
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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).
 
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Hi, Why do you think of Chromatomyia horticola ?
Here : https://eol.org/p...
or here : https://diptera.i..._id=106578
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Michel
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Napomyza sp. female.

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Many thanks.
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