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The larvae of Chirosia filicis make mines on Osmunda sp. ferns. The tiny, rectangular marks to the left are feeding marks from some other insect, possibly a sawfly larva.
Habitat: Mesic forest
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''Chirosia filicis'' is a species of root-maggot flies in the family Anthomyiidae.