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Andricus foecundatrix (Hartig, 1840)

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KeywordsAndricus foecundatrix, Cynipidae, Hymenoptera, hálka, gall
LocalityCzech Republic, Stéblová 16.7.2014
URL http://www.meloidae.com/en/pictures/35648/?s=1
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  • gall
  • = Andricus fecundator
  • = Andricus fecundatrix (Hartig, 1840)
  • = Andricus foecundator
  • = Andricus pillosus
  • = Aphilotrix gemmae

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