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Palaearctic
In the Palaearctis, one of the eight ecozones dividing the Earth surface. Physically, the Palearctis is the largest ecozone. It includes the terrestrial ecoregions of Europe, Asia north of the Himalayan foothills, northern Africa, and the northern and central parts of the Arabian Peninsula.
Links: http://en.wikiped...Palearctic.
Palearctic
Palaeartic (synonym)
Palearctis
See: Palaearctic.
palpi
palpus (synonym)
palpus
Plural: palpi. One- to five-segmented, auxillary mouthparts lateral of the functional mouthparts.
paramedian
On each side of the middle but not in the middle; lateral of a median strip.
parasitoid
An organism that spends a significant portion of its life history attached to or within a single host organism which it ultimately kills (and often consumes) in the process. Thus they are similar to typical parasites except in the fate of the host. In a typical parasitic relationship, the parasite and host live side by side without lethal damage to the host.
Links: http://en.wikiped...arasitoids
paratype
From the ICZN: 'Each specimen of a type series other than the holotype.'
pd
posterodorsal (synonym)
Pd
posterodorsal (synonym)
petiole
Literally: stalk. Can be used to indicate the common stem of two veins (basal part before fork) or the vein that is formed when two veins running towards the wing margin merge, for example R4+5 and M1+2 in some families of the Calyptrata.
phoresy
Using a second organism for transportation (like 'hitching a ride'). The adjective is phoretic. For example, the phoretic sphaerocerid fly Norrbomia frigipennis mates on scarabid dung beetles, follows them underground, and lays eggs in the collected dung.
phoretic
Adjective of phoresy.
phytophageous
phytophagous (synonym)
phytophagous
Feeding on plant tissue.

pollination
The process where flowering plants are fertilised by the transfer of male pollen to the female stigma by animals, air or water currents. Diptera are very significant pollinators, often more so than Hymenoptera, but they are often named, only to family, incorrectly, or not at all.

pollinosity
Powdery, scaley surface covering that may cover enitire surfaces or form patterns like stripes or bands across most parts of the body. The extent of covering or shape of patterns can be an important disgnostic feature.
polyphageous
polyphagous (synonym)
polyphagous
Feeding on a range of food sources, for example, Diptera with an unspecialised diet (omnivorous). Polyphagous may be used to describe an herbivorous insect that feeds on a broad range of plant species, a predator that feeds on many species of prey, a parasite that feeds on a broad range of host species, or a species that has larvae that feed on different kinds of organic matter, both animal and plant, for example.
post dc
postsutural dorsocentral setae
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16.10.18 11:11
... - British Journal of Entomology and Natural History 11(3/4) (1998): 139-148.

16.10.18 11:10
@Gnats2meetu: Dobson, J.R., 1999. A ’bee-louse’ Braula schmitzi Örosi-Pál (Diptera: Braulidae) new to the British Isles, and the status of Braula spp. in England and Wales. - ...

15.10.18 14:33
Thx Paul

15.10.18 09:43
Heya guys. Does anyone know how many Braulidae species there are in the UK and if there are any resources for ID purposes available? Pfft

13.10.18 22:24
found dead

12.10.18 12:49
Hello I'd be grateful if so. could help me translate Nachweis als Totfund - Records as ? Thx

25.09.18 09:53
Costa, Diptera acquisitions in 1863, Annuario del Museo Zoologico della R. Universita di Napoli 3: 31-40

25.09.18 09:45
Rondani material in Naples, please check Thompson & Thompson, Studia dipterologica 13 (2006) Heft 2: 317-331

20.09.18 16:28
Thx to Tony and Paul, ref now found

19.09.18 14:31
Full reference?

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