Parthenogenic with males extremely rare. The pale colour is yellowish in life. There is a more or less large black postoccipital spot, that often extends to the occipital field, three black longitudinal marks on the mesonotum, which often coalesce. The dorsum of the abdomen has wide bands on the tergites though the apical tergite is usally pale. The femora are often slightly blackened and the hind tibia and tarsi are blackish. The antennae are sometimes light brown on the underside.
Euura tibialis larvae feed on false acacia and can be found well into October.
Size: Female: 6.0 - 7.0mm.
Flight period: May to Aug
Plant associations: Robinia pseudoacacia (false acacia)
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