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Lispe pupae?
Isidro
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Posted on 14-06-2008 18:53
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Not like muscids pupae! Same date, location, habitat and frecuency than this adults:

http://www.diptera.info/forum/viewthread.php?forum_id=5&thread_id=13770
Edited by Isidro on 14-06-2008 18:54
 
Tony Irwin
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These are typical ephydrid pupae - (not Lispe) - difficult to be sure of the genus, but I think it's most likley to be Scatella if you are finding them in large numbers. Do please try to rear some and keep the pupae and adults.
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Isidro
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Thanks Tpny. But the adult looks like very much Ephydridae, but in the forum said me to be Lispe tentaculata. Sorry, anyone collected, so I can't breed the adults...
 
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Breathing tube of these pupae is a little longer than in typical Scatella (Ephydridae). Resemble Parydra very much. If the size of the pupae (without breathing tube) is about 6-9 mm it may be Parydra. Sometimes it may be useful to collect imagoes if you see them at the moment when you are collecting larvae. It may be of the same species. One of the common species of Parydra in Spain - P. coarctata.
 
Isidro
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Posted on 21-09-2008 14:06
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Thanks Crabnnefly. The size is accord with the numbers that you said.
 
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