Melanagromyza galegae Warrington, 2019
A single larva bores in the pith of the stem; here also the puparium, that invariably is located at the level of the lowest node. Externally no indication of the infection is visible.
Univoltine; hibernation probably as puarium.
distribution within Europe
Puparium orange-yellow. The posterior spiracula virtually touching each other, each with an ellipse of 15-20 papillae around a strong central horn.