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The intricate and convoluted patterns of Leaf Miners are always fascinating. Burrowing and eating under the covers is one way to feel protected until a wasp finds it. Leaf Miners can be found among moth, fly and beetle larvae. The consensus so far is that this one is a fly in the family Agromyzidae.
Forest, Finca Argovia, Ruta de Cafe, Soconusco area of southern Chiapas, Mexico. About 1 hour from Tapachula.
Spotted on Nov 21, 2015
Submitted on Mar 20, 2016