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Stalk eyed fly from Malaysian Borneo
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Found in Danum valley field centre, Sabah province, Borneo. Mixed primary dipterocarp rainforest.

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As far as I know two pairs of spines on each pleura means genus Teleopsis. But tough Teleopsis, I have nevev seen such a long spines and stalks.
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According to the specialist, Hans Feijen, it's for sure a Teleopsis pallifacies, described by Feijen himself....
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How do these flies fit into the puparium?
 
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John Carr wrote:
How do these flies fit into the puparium?


It's all done with hydraulics after it emerges from the puparium.

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Ahh cyprinoid

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