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Leafminers of North America


Tracks & Sign of Insects and Other Invertebrates


Matching comments ranked in order of relevance:

Moved


You rock, Charley Eiseman! Th


Magnolia leafminer


Heikkilä et al. 2013/14


Long-horned beetle?


Mite galls


The history of moves is automatically recorded


After a good night sleep and


That looks more like it


Yes


I'll keep trying


Possibly A. bisulcus female


Possibly A. bisulcus female


Please let this sit for a few days


Thank you!!


Funny coincidence....


Moved


Moved


Schizomyia, not Amphibolips


I think it's a seasonal difference


Good question


see tips on rearing from Charley Eiseman


On it's way


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Much obliged


Stigmella quercipulchella


Yurika, thanks for the most i


Not sure


Yes--Pachyschelus nicolayi.


Charley Eiseman checks the family level page


Stigmella sp.


Stink bug eggs with an emerged parasitoid wasp?


Charley Eiseman


Example


This isn't Cosmopterix clemen


Not sure


Here's an ID from Charley Eiseman


Well, I never know. I just f


Thanks Mr. Harrison!


Moved


Homoneura (Tarsohomoneura) americana (Wiedeman), male


Host Plant.


unk larvae


Spring 2014 - Top BG Image Contributors


Moved


Moved


It worked!


In this case...


Fly Parasitoid


Thank you


New scientific publication mentioning BugGuide


That's just a guess on my part.


Got this one and...


cynipid wasps...


Moved


To whom is this question addressed?


NPS Collecting Policy


Gall Wasp


galls, leaf mines, etc.


So


Patience... These things take time :)


how do I contact Charley Eiseman ?


galls


your millipede


Parasitism- by fungus


galls, i guess; Charley Eiseman is our expert on these


Yes


Viburnum leaves were shreaded


Moved


Moved - possible tortricid


Host plant...


Witch Hazel


Host plant...


Hmm...


alder bud gall?


please do not reply to this comment


I don't know for sure...


Your field guide


Might be


Blackjack Oak


Psyllid gall, but not psyllid larva


BugGuide exclusive


Not an expert, but some info


Quite a can of worms!


Thanks John -


Try Charley Eiseman.


I suspect so...


Moved


Mite


Black Cherry


Thanks for ID :-)


Thanks


"Oak apple" species on "red oak" species


Looks a lot


YES!


Toripalpus trabalis


Stegea salutalis


It turned out to be a Plateau Spreadwing


Chrysopidae eggs:


It was proposed


ID Request


Done


3428 done - by Charley Eiseman


3133 done - by Charley Eiseman


Guide page created


Probably.


Don't know


Probably just another case...


Ragwort


Good idea


liquid globule


Cocoons


Let us wait


Trimerotropis agrestis barnumi


Are you going to post the photos on BugGuide?


Not Ptenothrix unicolor but Dicyrtoma aurata


A gall, I think


Spongilla fly!


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HandsOff


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