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Posted on 11-04-2007 14:19
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12390aglaostigma

In the Uk this could be one of two spp I am led to believe



It is likely to be an Aglaostigma species, of which there are two
species in Britain. A. fulvipes has a creamy white band along the sides
of the abdomen, A. aucupariae does not. Both species are widespread and
common in April-May.



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Tenthredinotdea, Hymenoptera
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Hi!

I have taken this photo some weeks ago in Hungary. It maybe belongs to the same genus.
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I think it is given in Uk it may be one of two Aglaostigma aucupariae (Klug, 1814) Tenthredinidae, Tenthredininae.
It is a species present in all France and whose larva lives on various species of Galium (Galium aparine, G. mollugo,?)
There is a species very close Aglaostigma fulvipes (Scopoli, 1763) which presents a yellow longitudinal band of each with dimensions of the abdomen.

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