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Posted on 18-02-2006 13:52
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J. Garc?a has sent this to me, and i have no idea. He has foundt them on a tree. I?m not sure if that larva is the same species of the fly ??
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the adult fly is probably a Calyptratae, possibly a Tachinidae or Rhinophoridae.
Without wing venation, I can't tell you.

With the specimens in hand, I most likely could be more certain



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thanks; really difficult with this photo, the larva doesn?t seem diptera to me, but i have no references in immature stages, so i?m not sure, thanks again
 
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could it be a beetle larvae? thanks in advance
 
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Nigella,

Yes the larva is a beetle, not sure what type though. I am sure that it is not a fly larva.
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Yes, there appear to be a head capsule and several pairs of legs on the left side of the larva. That make a Coleoptera larva very likely.
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thank you very much, you?ve been really kind Smile
 
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