Thread subject: Diptera.info :: large Nematocera pupa in tree stump
Posted by Louis Boumans on 02-04-2006 22:40
Wriggling pupa found under bark in stump of Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii).
It is rather large: 13 mm long. Covered with mites.
Because of its size, i thought it might be Bibionidae, but i don't know if these occur in decaying wood at all. I will try to rear it.
Edited by Louis Boumans on 02-04-2006 22:42