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Zophomyia temula · dygliamusė

DE · Langborstige Raupenfliege
PL · posępnica stonkówka

These flies preferably inhabit meadows, woodland, hedge rows and moist environments and they can usually be found in the grass and on low-hanging leaves. Adults can be found from April to August, feeding on nectar and pollen of flowers, especially of Heracleum sphondylium. Larvae are endoparasitoids. The specific hosts are unknown.


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