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Dipterous larvae (maggots of flies) that eat bromeliads

Family Agromyzidae. Larvae of a fly, Melanagromyza rosales Woodley, mine the leaves of Bromelia pinguin in Costa Rica (Woodley & Janzen, 1995).

Woodley, N.E., Janzen, D.H. 1995. A new species of Melanagromyza (Diptera: Agromyzidae) mining leaves of Bromelia pinguin (Bromeliaceae) in a dry forest in Costa Rica. Journal of Natural History 29: 1329-1337.



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