Geranium Sawfly - Ametastegia carpini
The adult sawfly is largely black, but it is the larvae that are more often noticed as they feed on Geranium plants.
Associated with species of Geranium.
The larvae feed on the leaves of geranium.
Widespread and fairly frequent in England.
Fairly frequent in Leicestershire and Rutland.
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