The fertilized females of Anomoia purmunda lay their eggs in holes bored into the fruit of hawthorn. The larvae develop in the fruit and feed on it. In autumn they pupate and overwinter in the soil.
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|1. ||Anomoia purmunda|
|2. ||Fly - Anomoia purmunda|