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BubikolRamios
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Posted on 15-06-2009 08:06
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I belive this fits into Tephritidae, but no succh fly in galery there.

Body length 3 mm, Location Slovenia.Picture taken in june.
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Hemilea pulchella, a rare species.

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Thanks.

Seems real rare, hardly found anything on google.
Found confirmation of your definition here (pg. 216):
http://books.goog...1-PA216,M1
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Hemilea pulhella F., a miner, probably in Taraxacum leaves, mostly in mountains or moderately wet northern areas (e.g. Moscow in Russia). Nice photo.
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This one on photo was on grapes leaves.
 
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That's what I can recognize, the matter is what sort of Asteraceous plants was around.
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