Phytomyza aronici Nowakowski, 1962
Long, slender, especially in its first quarter rather tortuous gallery. The first, tortuous section is upper-surface, but the main part is almost continuously interparenchymatous. Frass in rods at either side. Pupation external, exit slit in upper epidermis.
Doronicum austriacum, clusii.
Larvae in August, September, a few already in July; hibernation as puparium.
distribution within Europe
Poland, Czechia, Spain (Fauna Europaea, 2010).
Frontal appendage present. Mandibles alternating, with twee teeth, the distal somewhat larger than the basal one. Front spiraculum shortly two-armed with c. 12 papillae, rear spiraculum long to-armed, with c. 19 papillae.
Dark brown, 2.3 mm, shining, almost smooth.
Beiger (1978a), Nowakowski (1962a), Vála & Rohacek (1983a).