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Opomyza germinationis with Laboulbeniales fungi
Manuel Lopez
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Small fly of around 3,5 mm.

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Opomyza sp.
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Smile thanks Paul
 
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with Laboulbeniales fungi...
 
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Opomyza germinationis. I have seen a very large number of Opomyzidae but never seen a specimen with Laboulbeniales (probably Stigmatomyces geomyzae.
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Thanks Jan sWink much
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