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Note On Marmara fasciella Chambers


Ecological impacts of the emerald ash borer. Pp. 15-62. In: R.G. Van Driesche (ed.), Biology and Control of Emerald Ash Borer.


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Mine seemed to match Marmara


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Marmara on Rubus


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Marmara fraxinicola? Also, I


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Is this Marmara smilacisella?


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Marmara sp., anyway


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I can't find the larva


It can be hard to tell when they're empty


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Sure looks like a mine...


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There are some similar moths identified as Marmara


I will tentatively agree...


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Marmara?


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No need--I think I can see all I'm going to see...


It does seem like it could be a Marmara...


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I'm pretty sure this is old and abandoned


Not anything that's known to occur on Toxicodendron...


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"bark flaps"


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Marmara possibly viburnella


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Looks like Marmara


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It sure looks like a Marmara mine to me--


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Is the one I found on Ostrya


More likely a new species


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old Marmara mines


Let me know if you wish to se


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It's possible...


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A normal exit of a Marmara larva...


I should probably confirm the


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Marmara or...?


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The mine seems to travel all


This one was good to see, anyway


Other photos?


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Marmara auratella?


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I'm still thinking these look like Acalyptris,


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Lithocolletinae


Questions for both of you


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genus Marmara


No, definitely Agromyzidae


recent somewhat similar post


It does remind us of Marmara


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looks like


M. fasciella


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More photos


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salictella and gulosa


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Marmara fasciella...


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New host records


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Gulosa is found in warm clima


How did you determine this to be Marmara salictella?


salictella and gulosa


How did you determine this


just a guess


DNA results


Looks Like 0708 - Marmara fasciella


DNA results


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