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Eulophidae <- Agromyzid parasitoid (chalcid wasp)
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Posted on 11-12-2022 21:42
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raised from Cerodontha iraeos

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Here is the fly's mine (Iris pseudacorus):

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Edited by Carnifex on 12-12-2022 10:20
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Eulophidae
 
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Thanks Alexandru!
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Entedoninae Wink
 
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well, apparently Wink
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