Aquilegia vulgaris, Nieuwendam
seen from above the larval is strikingly spindle-shaped
cephalic skeleton, rear end
front and rear spiraculum, lateral
front and rear spiraculum, dorsal
de larva reminds the one of Aulagromyza cornigera for two reasons: the rear spiraculum has a sort of central prolongation, and the integument has a pattern of fine papilla-like organs, perhaps glands or sensillae
De larva is described by de Meijere (1925a, 1941a).