Blaesodiplosis venae

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Cecidomyia venae
Lobopteromyia venae
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Insect galls of Springfield, Massachusetts, and vicinity

Cecidomyia? venae, n.s.
An irregularly oval fleshy gall on midribs or chief veins, above or below, opening by a slit on opposite side, retaining marks of vein along length; contracted towards ends so running out to substance of vein. 5-8 mm long. Color yellow, sometimes with red tinge. Slightly to densely pubescent. June and later. Several on one leaf. Two or more larvae in a cell. On thorn, Crataegus.

- FA Stebbins: (1910) Insect galls of Springfield, Massachusetts, and vicinity©

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