Clusia,

Horsfield, David, 2013, Development sites and early stages of eleven species of Clusiidae (Diptera) occurring in Europe, Zootaxa 3619 (4), pp. 401-427: 413

publication ID

http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.3619.4.1

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persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03C91071-FF92-0A54-FF7F-B332EA9417C7

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Plazi

scientific name

Clusia
status

 

Clusia  and Clusiodes 

Clusia  . Third stage larva: length 8–9mm; maximum width 1.5mm; maximum height 1.6mm; puparium: length 4.5–8mm and pupal spiracles present; anterior spiracles with 4–6 respiratory bulbs ( Figs 8–9View FIGURES 8 – 18); antero-dorsal margins of metathorax ( Fig 2View FIGURES 1 – 3) and abdominal segments 1–6 with a narrow band of spiculate ridges ( Fig 20View FIGURES 19 – 22) extending transversely and ending before the lateral margins, bands becoming narrower and spicule rows less frequent from segment 1 to 6; locomotory organs on the anterior margin of the metathorax and abdominal segments 1–7 widest medially, tapering laterally with even-sized spicules ( Fig 22View FIGURES 19 – 22); margins of the anal plate with numerous spiculate ridges ( Fig 56View FIGURES 56 – 57); middle region of the anal segment with a complete, large and conspicuous flange Figs 26–27View FIGURES 25 – 26View FIGURES 27 – 29); hooks associated with posterior spiracles with incurved apices ( Fig 24View FIGURES 23 – 24); posterior spiracular plates elevated and pale in the larva, black in the puparium with extensive interspiracular setae bearing 5–15 branches (often broken or missing) ( Fig 24View FIGURES 23 – 24).

Clusiodes  . Third stage larva: length 6–8mm; maximum width 0.8mm; maximum height 1mm; puparium: length 3.5–5mm, pupal spiracles may or may not be present, if present often expanded imperfectly; anterior spiracles with 3–10 respiratory bulbs ( Figs 10–18View FIGURES 8 – 18); antero-dorsal margins of metathorax ( Fig 1View FIGURES 1 – 3) and abdominal segments 1–2 with a narrow band of smooth ridges lacking spicules ( Fig 19View FIGURES 19 – 22), extending transversely and ending before the lateral margins; locomotory organs on the anterior margin of the metathorax and abdominal segments 1–7 widest medially, tapering laterally with variable-sized spicules: anterior band with rows of ridges bearing small spicules; next, a narrow band of ridges with large spicules followed by a wider band of smooth, non-spiculate ridges ( Fig 21View FIGURES 19 – 22); margins of the anal plate with few spiculate ridges ( Fig 57View FIGURES 56 – 57); middle region of the anal segment lacking complete circumventing flanges, usually several, incomplete and small folds or wrinkles present or wrinkles more or less absent; apices of hooks associated with posterior spiracles orientated dorsally ( Fig 23View FIGURES 23 – 24); posterior spiracular plates pale in the larva and puparium, not elevated and interspiracular setae with up to 5 terminal branches (often broken or missing) ( Fig 23View FIGURES 23 – 24).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Diptera

Family

Clusiidae