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How to Identify Common Insect Associates of the Southern Pine Beetle
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Stratiomyiidae


Figure 41a
Figure 41A

Figure 41b
Figure 41B

Figure 42
Figure 42
  • Zabrachia polita Coquillet (figs. 41, 42): Zabrachia (2.4-2.6 mm) has a round cell in the middle of the wing (fig. 41A). The antennae have three segments with an apical arista. The body is black with a tiny, pointed abdomen. The thorax has no long spines and the eyes are large and gold. The larva (fig. 41B) has armored skin and many long bristles.
 
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