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Another larva on Ganoderma
Dmitry Gavryushin
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Posted on 30-09-2007 19:58
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The same bracket fungus with galls of Agathomyia wankowiczii. Size around 5 mm.
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Looks like Fannia larva. Many species feed on fungi, but I don't know in Ganoderma lipsiense.
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Dmitry Gavryushin
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Many thanks Stephane - I've also come to Fannia sp. and found a good match (Krivosheina, Zaitsev, and Yakovlev, 1986, p. 88, fig. 25).
 
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I'd say Fannia scalaris.

 
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F. scalaris is not a bad guess at all. With Rozkosny, Gregor and Pont key, I arrive either to F.scalaris or F. coracina. I cannot decide between the two criteria mentioned in the last couplet (size ans extent of the projections covering the processes of last abdominal segment).
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Fannia coracina. It is clear that projections on processes ends before the half basal, therefore Fannia coracina.
Did you rear this Dima?
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Nope Sad.
 
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I suggest that in next time you try to rear this Fanniids larvae. Smile
It would be very nice to see one photo of Fannia vespertilionis. It has amazing dorsal processes in the last segments. Grin
 
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