Chromatomyia primulae is a species of fly whose larvae mine the leaves of Primrose and Cowslip.
Wherever the host plants are found.
The mine is seen more often than the adult fly. Mines can be found any time from June to November.
Thought to be fairly frequent and widespread in Britain, though it is under recorded.
Thought to be fairly frequent in Leicestershire and Rutland.
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