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The Common Clover Sawfly (Tenthredo arcuata) is of the family Tenthredinidae which is in the genus Tenthredo. It is on the wing from April to late August over two generations. This pollen eating species is commonly encountered on thistles and umbellifers. The larval food plant is White Clover.
Patrick J. O'Keeffe / Raw Birds
Tuesday, 18 August 2020
COMMON CLOVER SAWFLY (Tenthredo arcuata) Lullymore West Bog, Lullymore, Co. Kildare, Ireland
Labels: Bog of Allen, Co. Kildare, Common Clover Sawfly, European Sawflies, Insecta, Insects of Europe, invertebrates, Ireland, Irish Insects, Irish Sawflies, Lullymore, Lullymore West Bog, sawflies, Tenthredo arcuata