Aulagromyza hendeliana is a fly whose larva mines the leaves of Honeysuckle and Snowberry. The mine occurs in the upper surface of the leaf, leaving little sign on the underside. The frass is in large well spaced grains and appears as a series of black dots. The mine is recorded more often than the adult fly.
Wherever Honeysuckle or Snowberry occur.
The mines can be seen in late spring.
Not well recorded, but seems to be widespread and fairly frequent in Britain.
Little recorded, but probably fairly frequent in Leicestershire and Rutland.
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