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Phytomiza egg?
jalbala
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Posted on 19-05-2007 00:06
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I found in leaves of holly of a woodland next Vitoria furrows of agromyzidae and when opening I found them eggs of the photography. The furrows can be of Pythomiza ilicis? And also the eggs?
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Tony Irwin
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I'm sure these are not agromyzid eggs, but I don't have any suggestion as to what they are!
Edit: A quick search on Google images suggest that they might be tetranychid mite eggs.
Edited by Tony Irwin on 19-05-2007 17:06
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Posted on 19-05-2007 17:59
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Thank, Tony
 
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