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#1 | von Tschirnhaus on 11 May 2016 17:01:36
Thaumatomyia glabra (Meigen, 1830), Chloropidae. The only European Thaumatomyia species with largely reduced hairs on the body [the only reason for Loew (1866) to create an own genus for it, the synonym Chloropisca]. Well known as a chloropid with zoophagous larvae, predators of root lice (Pemphigidae), e.g. on the roots of carrots. Different from its congeneric species notata (Meigen) it rarely aggregates in swarms in autumn. But single specimens regularly enter the notata swarms. In North America several publications report swarms. The species is well known as a flower visitor as documented on this photo. The first detailed article on the biology: Parker, J.R. 1918: The life history and habits of Chloropisca glabra Meig., a predaceous oscinid (chloropid).- Journal of economic Entomology 11: 368-380. (See id=71905&pid=305995#post_305995)
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20.09.18 16:28
Thx to Tony and Paul, ref now found

19.09.18 14:31
Full reference?

14.09.18 14:32
Hello can any1 help with th full title of tnis publication hist. nat. ins. thx

05.09.18 13:02
Heya guys has anyone ever seen any Episyrphus balteatus larval development in heart rot before. I've found quite a lot in Fraxinus today with the pupae also! Pfft

23.08.18 23:17
Dear friends, I'm looking for some material studied by Camilo Rondani. Does someone know if part the Neotropical material is housed in Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II?

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