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Identify this larvae please..
Mujtaba
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Posted on 01-10-2019 14:33
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Hello,
i had found in my BSF bin.. Mostly found in Banana and Mango pulps

i.imgur.com/PxIXK2Y.jpg
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i.imgur.com/QM03svM.jpg
i.imgur.com/gwwDruU.jpg
 
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Some Syrphidae species. Have to look for it. Which locality/country?
 
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Location: Karachi, Pakistan

I had put them in Seperate box, mostly turned into pupae.. I will take pictures of pupae and post here by tomorrow morning
 
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atylotus wrote:
Some Syrphidae species. Have to look for it. Which locality/country?


Location: Karachi, Pakistan
Currently they converted in to Pupae. Check images

imgur.com/Q33lOU3.jpg
imgur.com/qgAywjx.jpg
imgur.com/0SYhzOw.jpg
imgur.com/2vRlSfv.jpg
 
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atylotus wrote:
Some Syrphidae species. Have to look for it. Which locality/country?


Got this from this larvae

i.imgur.com/Szlvx4H.jpg
imgur.com/sKPXFBW.jpg
imgur.com/Z1QcJUE.jpg
imgur.com/60jNDFg.jpg
imgur.com/cYU6Bdg.jpg
imgur.com/Hn7MNRa.jpg
 
Paul Beuk
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As I wrote elsewhere, the adults remind me of Eumerus
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Paul Beuk wrote:
As I wrote elsewhere, the adults remind me of Eumerus


Do they carry disease
or
They are harmful for plants or fruits?

Can we farm it as Black soldier fly larvae?
 
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Some Eumerus species are pest of plants, larvae develop into bulbs.
 
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