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Murphy's law
Ben Hamers
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Anything that can go wrong will go wrong..
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Sorry, would you please more explain for me? Frown
I need to advise! awkward awkward
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Sara,

The Cecidomyiidae sp. laid her eggs in the stub and obviously the very long ovipositor got caught, so now she is trying to pull it out.

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Thank you very much Ben!!! Interesting really! Grin Grin
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Nice images. Probably Xylodiplosis. Extremely elongate larvae live in xylem vessels and females oviposit into cut ends of these with their very long, finely tapered ovipositors.
 
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Thanks Orseolia,

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