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Ebenezer point leaf miner on Vaccinium arboreum D888 2017 2

Ebenezer point leaf miner on Vaccinium arboreum D888 2017 2
Ebenezer Point, Chatham County, North Carolina, USA
December 31, 2017
One hole is 3 mm long, and the other is almost 4 mm long--is the large one large enough for Antispila?

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Ebenezer point leaf miner on Vaccinium arboreum D888 2017 2 Ebenezer point leaf miner on Vaccinium arboreum D888 2017 3

Large enough, yes...
...but no Antispila species are known from Ericaceae, and many Coptodisca species are. This is certainly on the big side for Coptodisca though.

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