The gall fly Terellia tussilaginis is mainly pale greeny yellow in colour with distinctive brown banding on its wings.
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June to August.
The larvae feed on Burdock and cause galls to form.
Fairly frequent and widespread in southern Britain at least.
Fairly frequent in Leicestershire and Rutland
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