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Posted on 16-03-2020 14:14
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Hi,
is there any other possibility than Phytomyza hellebori?

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Posted on 16-03-2020 15:14
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The puparium is clearly that of an agromyzid; just check Papp and Černý: Agromyzidae of Hungary, I -IV (the last part has been submitted but not yet printed) if there is another possibility or not.
 
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Posted on 26-03-2020 08:50
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https://bladminee...-puparium/

read comment at bottom.
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Posted on 27-03-2020 00:18
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Well, the puparium is empty, but the rear spiracula are indeed two-coloured. This, however, is only described as striking, but not as distinctive for this species - so I am not sure if the presence of that feature does exclude other species
Cheers, Lorin

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