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leafminer of Tripsacum dactyloides

leafminer of Tripsacum dactyloides
Mehan, Payne County, Oklahoma, USA
June 2, 2016
there was also something elsewhere that looked like the remnants of a shiny egg, so I am leaning towards coleoptera.

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Only beetles are known from this host...
but I would have said Agromyzidae based on the frass pattern and linear mine. If the larva has a head/legs, I would think a lep more likely than a beetle. Though the larva's outline does seem beetleish.

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