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Pegomya flavifrons ? (from mines on Silene dioica)
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Posted on 11-07-2024 00:26
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For the same rearing project mentioned in my other request:

The same question (more or less) was posted here on waarneming.nl with more images.

On May 7th this year we removed some leafs heavily damaged with blotch mines from our Silene dioica plants and put them in a seperate box after shooting some images of the larvae taken from the mines.
On May 9th and 21st I shot some images of the pupae
On May 28th the first imago emerged.

James Clark on wrn already warned me that females may not be possible to ID from photo, but I'll post the question anyway as per BRC Database of Insects and their Food Plant there would only be one species of Anthomyiidae known from Silene dioica, so possibly the plant relation is enough to pin down the ID ?

If not, I may have some males saved on alcohol, so I might be able to provide images of certain details if I know what is needed.

Thanks for your thoughts!
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