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michaela_staite

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Abril 2, 2020 03:14 PM NZDT

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HYMENOPTERA -
Winged insects. With two pairs of wings, or fore wings not membranous. Fore wings and hind wings usually similar in texture and structure. Wings largely transparent or covered with fine hair. Mouthparts not a piercing-sucking beak and normally situated at the front of the head. Antennae conspicuous and of different forms. Wings with few veins and cross veins with larger cells. Tarsi usually five-segmented, fore wings larger than hind wings, abdomen usually constricted at base.
Apocrita -
Base of abdomen constricted, the abdomen petiolate; hind wing with 2 or fewer closed basal cells.
POMPILIDAE -
Antennae variable; wings fully developed, shortened or absent. Pronotum reaching back to tegula. Venation complete or nearly so, i.e., fore wings with 6 or more closed cells and hind wings with at least 1 closed cell. Hind trochanters 1-segmented, antennae usually 12- segmented in female, 13-segmented in male; ovipositor short, issuing from apex of abdomen and usually withdrawn into abdomen when not in use. Forewings not naturally folded longitudinally; lateral pronotum overlapping mesopleuron with considerable free movement; mesopleuron with a transverse suture; legs long, hind femur and tibia usually extending beyond tip of abdomen.

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michaela_staite

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Abril 2, 2020 03:01 PM NZDT

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HEMIPTERA –
Winged insects. With two pairs of wings, or fore wings not membranous. Fore wing not hard. Fore wings and hind wings different in texture and structure, forewing horny or leathery, hind wing membranous. Fore wings thick and leathery at base, without veins; membranous at tip. Mouthparts forming a sucking beak.
AUCHENORRHYNCHA -
Fore wings, when present of more or less uniform texture, without sharp differentiation into a basal sclerotized corium and an apical membrane, usually held roof-wise over body; insertion of labium (elongate hind mouthpart into which the sucking stylets fit) close to prosternum. Tarsi with 3 segments.
FULGOROIDEA –
Mid coxae elongate, widely separated; pedicel of antennae (2nd segment) enlarged, often bulbous, with numerous wart-like sensilla.
FLATIDAE -
Hind tibia without large moveable spur; macropterous forms. Hind tarsomere II small with rounded or acute apex bearing at most 1 ablateral and 1 adlateral spine. Hind tarsomere II with 1 ablateral and 1 adlateral spine apically; forewing granulate between anal veins.
Siphanta Stal -
Vertex large, flat, and projecting anteriorly; colour green or yellowish

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Abejorro Europeo Bombus terrestris

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michaela_staite

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Febrero 28, 2020 02:50 PM NZDT

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HYMENOPTERA -
Winged insects. With two pairs of wings, or fore wings not membranous. Fore wings and hind wings usually similar in texture and structure. Wings largely transparent or covered with fine hair. Mouthparts not a piercing-sucking beak and normally situated at the front of the head. Antennae conspicuous and of different forms. Wings with few veins and cross veins with larger cells. Tarsi usually five-segmented, fore wings larger than hind wings, abdomen usually constricted at base.
Apocrita -
Base of abdomen constricted, the abdomen petiolate; hind wing with 2 or fewer closed basal cells.
APOIDEA -
Antennae variable: wings fully developed, shortened or absent. Pronotum not reaching back to tegula. Lateral pronotum with a rounded lobe fringed with fine hairs (= spiracle cover lobe), sometimes obscured by dense hairs. First segment of hind tarsus elongate, as long or longer than remaining segments combined, usually thickened and flattened; some body hairs (usually on thorax) branched or plumose; abdomen never petiolate.
APIDAE -
Forewing with 3 submarginal cell. Basal vein of forewing straight or only slightly arched; jugal lobe of hindwing about the same length or shorter than submedian cell. Stigma never longer than half the length of the second submarginal cell.

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Grillos, Chapulines Y Parientes Orden Orthoptera

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michaela_staite

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Febrero 29, 2020 02:39 PM NZDT

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ORTHODOPTERA -
Winged insects. With two pairs of wings. Fore wings and hind wings different in texture and structure, forewing horny or leathery, hind wing membranous. Fore wings leathery and with veins throughout, with chewing mouthparts. Hind legs usually greatly enlarged for jumping.
CAELIFERA, ACRIDIDAE –
Antennae short and comparatively thick, of fewer than 30 segments.
Alpine grasshoppers -
Adults brachypterous; a distinct conical prosternal process between forelegs.
Posterior margin of pronotum usually strongly sinuate with distinct median notch. Usually large species in excess of 20 mm, montane species.

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michaela_staite

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Abril 2, 2020 02:11 PM NZDT

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LEPIDOPTERA-
Winged insects. With two pairs of wings. Fore wings and hind wings usually similar in texture and structure. Wings partially, or more often entirely covered with microscopic overlapping scales. Mouthparts usually in the form of a coiled proboscis.
NOCTUOIDEA -
Antenna apically tapered; flagellar segments various, often pectinate, serrate or long-setose forewing with a jugum or retinaculum. Forewing and hindwing with dissimilar venation, i.e. hindwing with two or fewer radial veins; forewing with a retinaculum. Tympanal organs present; externally visible in region of thoraco-abdominal junction. Usually with a scaled collar, divided on dorsal midline between head and metathorax. Chaetosemata absent; typanum directed posteriorly, tympanol membrane on metathorax forewings often more rectangular; usually compact stout moths with stout bodies.

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Mariposa Monarca Danaus plexippus

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michaela_staite

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Mayo 2, 2020 02:07 PM NZST

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LEPIDOPTERA-
Winged insects. With two pairs of wings. Fore wings and hind wings usually similar in texture and structure. Wings partially, or more often entirely covered with microscopic overlapping scales. Mouthparts usually in the form of a coiled proboscis.
PAPILIONOIDEA –
Antenna apically clubbed, the flagellar segments cylindrical, never pectinate, or long-setose; forewing lacking a jugum or retinaculum; diurnal, broad-winged brightly patterned Lepidoptera (butterflies)
NYMPHALIDAE –
Eyes entire, contiguous with antennal socket, fore leg abbreviated non-functional often brush-like in both sexes.
DANAINAE –
Discal cell of fore wing not completely closed distally by tubular veins. Wing colour and markings different. Tarsal claws of mid and hind legs very strongly developed, almost as long as last tarsal segment. Strongly marked species, commonly orange, black and white, with veins outlined in black.

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michaela_staite

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Febrero 29, 2020 01:51 PM NZDT

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LEPIDOPTERA-
Winged insects. With two pairs of wings. Fore wings and hind wings usually similar in texture and structure. Wings partially, or more often entirely covered with microscopic overlapping scales. Mouthparts usually in the form of a coiled proboscis.
PAPILIONOIDEA –
Antenna apically clubbed, the flagellar segments cylindrical, never pectinate, or long-setose; forewing lacking a jugum or retinaculum; diurnal, broad-winged brightly patterned Lepidoptera (butterflies)
LYCAENIDAE -
Tarsal claws rarely bifid. Eyes notched or emarginate at base of antennae, or at least eye and edge of antennal socket contiguous.

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michaela_staite

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Abril 2, 2020 01:43 PM NZDT

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LEPIDOPTERA-
Winged insects. With two pairs of wings. Fore wings and hind wings usually similar in texture and structure. Wings partially, or more often entirely covered with microscopic overlapping scales. Mouthparts usually in the form of a coiled proboscis.
PAPILIONOIDEA –
Antenna apically clubbed, the flagellar segments cylindrical, never pectinate, or long-setose; forewing lacking a jugum or retinaculum; diurnal, broad-winged brightly patterned Lepidoptera (butterflies)
PIERIDAE -
Tarsal claws bifid, fore legs fully developed and functional.

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michaela_staite

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Febrero 29, 2020 01:35 PM NZDT

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COLEOPTERA -
Winged insects, fore wings not membranous.
Fore wings hard and horny in texture, meeting
in a straight line without overlapping and usually
concealing membranous hind wings (certain forms
have the hind wings vestigial or absent)
Abdomen without forceps-like cerci.
POLYPHAGA -
Prothorax without visible notopleural sutures; hind coxae moveable, not fused with metasternum and not dividing the basal abdominal sternite into two lateral pieces; hind trochanters without posterior lateral extensions. Larval legs 4-segmented, with the last segment forming a single claw-like structure, or legs absent.
COCCINELLIDAE -
Antennae lacking an asymmetrical club of the type described above; legs not usually adapted for digging. Elytra usually covering all or nearly all dorsal surface of abdomen. Tarsal segmentation 3-3-3 or apparently 3-3-3; convex, often strikingly marked or coloured beetles; antennae with 3-segmented club.

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michaela_staite

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Mayo 26, 2020 01:33 PM NZST

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COLEOPTERA -
Winged insects, fore wings not membranous.
Fore wings hard and horny in texture, meeting
in a straight line without overlapping and usually
concealing membranous hind wings (certain forms
have the hind wings vestigial or absent)
Abdomen without forceps-like cerci.
POLYPHAGA -
Prothorax without visible notopleural sutures; hind coxae moveable, not fused with metasternum and not dividing the basal abdominal sternite into two lateral pieces; hind trochanters without posterior lateral extensions. Larval legs 4-segmented, with the last segment forming a single claw-like structure, or legs absent.
COCCINELLIDAE -
Antennae lacking an asymmetrical club of the type described above; legs not usually adapted for digging. Elytra usually covering all or nearly all dorsal surface of abdomen. Tarsal segmentation 3-3-3 or apparently 3-3-3; convex, often strikingly marked or coloured beetles; antennae with 3-segmented club.

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Catarina Asiática Harmonia axyridis

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michaela_staite

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Mayo 26, 2020 01:27 PM NZST

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COLEOPTERA -
Winged insects, fore wings not membranous.
Fore wings hard and horny in texture, meeting
in a straight line without overlapping and usually
concealing membranous hind wings (certain forms
have the hind wings vestigial or absent)
Abdomen without forceps-like cerci.
POLYPHAGA -
Prothorax without visible notopleural sutures; hind coxae moveable, not fused with metasternum and not dividing the basal abdominal sternite into two lateral pieces; hind trochanters without posterior lateral extensions. Larval legs 4-segmented, with the last segment forming a single claw-like structure, or legs absent.
COCCINELLIDAE -
Antennae lacking an asymmetrical club of the type described above; legs not usually adapted for digging. Elytra usually covering all or nearly all dorsal surface of abdomen. Tarsal segmentation 3-3-3 or apparently 3-3-3; convex, often strikingly marked or coloured beetles; antennae with 3-segmented club.

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michaela_staite

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Febrero 29, 2020 01:19 PM NZDT

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ODANATA –
Winged insects. With two pairs of wings. Wings not hard. Fore wings and hind wings usually similar in texture and structure. Wings largely transparent. Mouthparts not a piercing-sucking beak and normally situated at the front of the head. Antennae small and bristle-like. Fore wing and hind wing nearly equal in size; tip of abdomen without terminal filament.
Zygoptera –
Medium-sized insects. Eyes widely separated. Fore and hind wings similar in shape; petiolate (stemmed); male with a pair of superior appendages below the anus. Female with ovipositor.
Coenagrionidae -
Pterostigma diamond-shaped, approximately as long as deep, costal and distal margins subequal, costal margin much longer than hind margin. Body length less than 41 mm.
Xanthocnemis -
Yellowish line on mesepisternum broad and with a distinct notch in the lateral border. Male abdomen red. Female abdomen bronze or red, without vulvar spine. Body length 28-41 mm.

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michaela_staite

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Febrero 29, 2020 01:12 PM NZDT

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ODANATA –
Winged insects. With two pairs of wings. Wings not hard. Fore wings and hind wings usually similar in texture and structure. Wings largely transparent. Mouthparts not a piercing-sucking beak and normally situated at the front of the head. Antennae small and bristle-like. Fore wing and hind wing nearly equal in size; tip of abdomen without terminal filament.
Zygoptera –
Medium-sized insects. Eyes widely separated. Fore and hind wings similar in shape; petiolate (stemmed); male with a pair of superior appendages below the anus. Female with ovipositor.
Lestidae Austrolestes colensonis -
Pterostigma at least 3 times as long as deep, costal and hind margins of pterostigma; length of body about 45mm; body blackish: male with extensive blue markings, female with green markings.

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Avispa Chaqueta Amarilla Europea Vespula vulgaris

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michaela_staite

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Febrero 29, 2020 09:41 PM NZDT

Descripción

HYMENOPTERA -
Winged insects. With two pairs of wings, or fore wings not membranous. Fore wings and hind wings usually similar in texture and structure. Wings largely transparent or covered with fine hair. Mouthparts not a piercing-sucking beak and normally situated at the front of the head. Antennae conspicuous and of different forms. Wings with few veins and cross veins with larger cells. Tarsi usually five-segmented, fore wings larger than hind wings, abdomen usually constricted at base.
Apocrita -
Base of abdomen constricted, the abdomen petiolate; hind wing with 2 or fewer closed basal cells.
VESPIDAE -
First abdominal segment not as above; antennae variable; wings fully developed, shortened or absent. Pronotum reaching back to tegula. Venation complete or nearly so, i.e., fore wings with 6 or more closed cells and hind wings with at least 1 closed cell. Hind trochanters 1-segmented; antennae usually 12- segmented in female, 13-segmented in male; ovipositor short, issuing from apex of abdomen and usually withdrawn into abdomen when not in use. forewings naturally folded longitudinally at rest; lateral pronotum and mesopleuron meeting without overlapping and with very little free movement between them; mesopleuron lacking transverse suture; legs not exceptionally long

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michaela_staite

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Febrero 28, 2020 09:23 PM NZDT

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BLATTODEA -
Wingless insects. Abdomen with more than six segments. Abdomen with no more than two terminal appendages; segments 2-7 without ventral appendages. Mouthparts of the chewing and biting type. Abdomen not constricted at base but broadly jointed to thorax. Insects not louse-like, usually larger. Body shape various, usually well pigmented and sclerotized. Abdomen without forceps-like cerci. Hind legs not so enlarged. Insects broadly dorsoventrally flattened; all legs adapted for running.
BLATTIDAE -
All femora with series of stout spurs on posterior lateral margins; tibial spurs smooth or finely rugose. Males (identified by presence of both cerci and genital styles at the end of the abdomen) with sub genital plate symmetrical, its hind edge more or less straight or distinctly indented.
Celatoblatta -
Brachypterous, the tegmina reaching at most the 2nd abdominal tergite. Non-uniformly coloured, dorsum of thoracic segments with a pale margin; smooth and shiny. Usually medium brown with dark markings and a narrow pale border to the thoracic segments; hind margin of male sub genital plate more or less straight.

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michaela_staite

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Abril 2, 2020 09:06 PM NZDT

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HEMIPTERA –
Winged insects. With two pairs of wings, or fore wings not membranous. Fore wing not hard. Fore wings and hind wings different in texture and structure, forewing horny or leathery, hind wing membranous. Fore wings thick and leathery at base, without veins; membranous at tip. Mouthparts forming a sucking beak.
HETEROPTERA –
Fore wings, known as hemelytra, when fully developed, with a basal thickened corium and an apical membrane usually folding flat over abdomen; insertion of labium remote from prosternum
PENTATOMIDAE -
Antennae exposed and visible from above, as long as, usually longer than head
Body rarely much flattened; hemelytra when present usually extending to edge of abdomen; tarsi usually 3-segmented. Scutellum large, reaching or surpassing posterior end of clavus body ovoid or shield shaped. Tibiae lacking numerous strong spines. Tarsi 3-segmented.
Dictyotus caenosus -
Bucculae elongate, ending well behind antennifers; first segment of rostrum lodged for its whole length in groove between bucculae, rostrum slender. Front of head consisting of three lobes, outer lobes longer than inner lobe and largely enclosing it in front. Lateral edge of abdomen with alternate bands of pale and darl coloration.

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michaela_staite

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Febrero 29, 2020 08:49 PM NZDT

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HEMIPTERA –
Winged insects. With two pairs of wings, or fore wings not membranous. Fore wing not hard. Fore wings and hind wings different in texture and structure, forewing horny or leathery, hind wing membranous. Fore wings thick and leathery at base, without veins; membranous at tip. Mouthparts forming a sucking beak.
STERNORRHYNCHA & AUCHENORRHYNCHA -
Fore wings, when present of more or less uniform texture, without sharp differentiation into a basal sclerotized corium and an apical membrane, usually held roof-wise over body; insertion of labium close to prosternum.
AUCHENORRHYNCHA –
Tarsi with 3 segments.
CICADIDAE –
Mid coxae short, not widely separated, pedicel of antennae not or scarcely thicker than scape (basal segment) without wart-like sensilla. Three ocelli on top of head; fore femora thickened.

23mm in length.

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michaela_staite

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Abril 22, 2020 12:53 AM NZST

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MANTODEA -
Winged insects, wings sometimes hard and opaque
covering some or all of the abdomen.
With two pairs of wings, or fore wings not membranous.
Fore wings and hind wings different in texture and structure, forewing horny or leathery, hind wing
Membranous.
Fore wings leathery and with veins throughout, with chewing or sucking
Mouthparts.
Hind legs not so enlarged.
Insects not dorsoventrally flattened but markedly
elongate, usually more than three times as long
as wide. Fore legs raptorial prothorax usually narrow and elongate.
MANTIDAE -
Pronotum broad, as wide as head, more or less straight sides and with lateral carinae, forelegs with inner
surface of coxae uniformly yellow, femur with conspicuous vivid blue patch on inner surface.
Orthodera novaezealandiae (Colenso)

37mm in length

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michaela_staite

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Mayo 26, 2020 12:34 AM NZST

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MANTODEA -
Winged insects, wings sometimes hard and opaque
covering some or all of the abdomen.
With two pairs of wings, or fore wings not membranous.
Fore wings and hind wings different in texture and structure, forewing horny or leathery, hind wing
Membranous.
Fore wings leathery and with veins throughout, with chewing or sucking
Mouthparts.
Hind legs not so enlarged.
Insects not dorsoventrally flattened but markedly
elongate, usually more than three times as long
as wide. Fore legs raptorial prothorax usually narrow and elongate.
MANTIDAE -
Pronotum narrower than head, with a node or swelling in front of middle, lateral carinae absent; forelegs with
4-6 dark spots on inner surface of coxae, femurs lacking vivid blue patches.
Miomantis caffra Saussure

36mm in length

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michaela_staite

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Marzo 5, 2020 01:00 PM NZDT

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COLEOPTERA -
Winged insects, fore wings not membranous.
Fore wings hard and horny in texture, meeting
in a straight line without overlapping and usually
concealing membranous hind wings (certain forms
have the hind wings vestigial or absent)
Abdomen without forceps-like cerci.
ADEPHAGA -
Prothorax with visible notopleural sutures; hind
coxae fused with metasternum and dividing the basal
abdominal sternite into two lateral pieces; hind trochanters
often with posterior lateral extensions (like jellybeans).
CARABIDAE -
Hind coxae not extending laterally to meet elytra;
antennae except basal segments, clothed with short
dense pubescence (hairs); body with scattered projecting
sensory setae; terrestrial.
CARABINAE -
Mouthparts more or less prognathous (pointing forwards),
mandibles rarely obviously sickle-shaped; colour usually
black or brown, sometimes with greenish reflections.
lacking obvious white setae.
Pterostichini -
Prothorax not strongly tapered towards the elytra.
Mandibles lacking a seta in the scrobe; some species
considerably longer than 10 mm.
Elytral margins “crossed”, usually large robust
species often more than 10 mm in length

24mm in length

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Moscas de Patas Largas Familia Dolichopodidae

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michaela_staite

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Marzo 1, 2020

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Moscas de Patas Largas Familia Dolichopodidae

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michaela_staite

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Marzo 1, 2020

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Moscas Y Mosquitos Orden Diptera

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michaela_staite

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Marzo 1, 2020

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Abejorro Europeo Bombus terrestris

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michaela_staite

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Marzo 1, 2020

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Avispa Chaqueta Amarilla Europea Vespula vulgaris

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michaela_staite

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Marzo 1, 2020

Descripción

Caught using a yellow container acting as a pan trap. The container was filler 3/4 of the way up and had a small amount of soap and preservative in it. It was left out for 2 days.

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michaela_staite

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Abril 15, 2017 01:53 PM NZST

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Was found resting on a dark pink rose. Abdomen had dried up and folded which makes it harder to identify.

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