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Gall Midge - female

Gall Midge - Female
Richmond Hill, York Region, Ontario, Canada
May 7, 2014
Size: 3.1 mm
Emerged from wood of ash recently killed by Emerald Ash Borer. See larval emergence series:

Moved from Porricondylinae.

Probably Camptomyia
Probably Camptomyia since Cu appears forked. The common European species C. flavocinerea, which Jaschoff thought could be identical to C. montana from North America, has white-tipped tarsi.


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