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Diptera pupae?
jorgemotalmeida
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Posted on 14-02-2007 23:17
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Hi


On 2nd February 2007 I found in farmland under a stone, probably, a dipter pupae. It has about 5 cm. It didn?t hatch yet... is there any possibility to know which family this can belong? Thank you.

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Posted on 14-02-2007 23:31
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Look like Lepidoptera (Noctuidae)
 
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Posted on 14-02-2007 23:36
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Mielczarek wrote:
Look like Lepidoptera (Noctuidae)


hmm...

really I strange about time hatching. more than week. 2 Fev -14 Fev - 12 days...
But I?m not sure how is average for hatching dipters in general. (I have an idea that the hatching from pupa stage to new fly is very short - some days..).
 
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confirmed! Lepidoptera - Noctuidae pupa!! you was right! Thank you, Mielczarek.
 
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