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Genus Urophora

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Gall on Cirsium, opened - Urophora cardui Gall on Cirsium, opened - Urophora cardui Tephritidae, #2, dorsal - Urophora cardui Tephritidae, #2, lateral - Urophora cardui Tephritidae, #2, dorsal - Urophora cardui Tephritidae, gall on Thistle - Urophora cardui Fruit fly - Urophora cardui - male tephritid 1 - Urophora cardui - female tephritid 1 - Urophora cardui - male tephritid 1 - Urophora cardui - male Three larvae  - Urophora cardui Comparative goldenrod and Canada thistle spherical galls - Urophora cardui Larva inside the gall - Urophora cardui Larva inside the gall - Urophora cardui Three Canada thistle stem galls - Urophora cardui Tephritidae, gall on Thistle - Urophora cardui Tephritidae: Urophora cardui - Urophora cardui - male Unknown Fly - Urophora cardui - female Unknown Fly - Urophora cardui - female Unknown Fly - Urophora cardui - female Tephritidae: Urophora? - Urophora cardui - male Tephritidae: Urophora? - Urophora cardui - male Fly - Urophora cardui fly - Urophora cardui - female

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