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Aulagromyza similis (Brischke, 1880)
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forms a long whitish blotch


Food Plant: Knautia arvensis (Field scabious), Succisa pratensis (Devil's-bit Scabious)

Mine: late Spring

Notes: Forms a long whitish linear blotch, which often is associated with the midrib (as shown). Possibly an overlooked species, with records from Surrey, Glos,. N.Wales and Co.Clare, Ireland

Data: 07.vii.2013. Cranwich Heath, Norfolk, VC28

Image:© Ian Barton

Recording Grade: 2


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