Cyclorrhapha


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Cyclorrhapha

[sī′klȯr·ə·fə]
(invertebrate zoology)
A suborder of true flies, order Diptera, in which developing adults are always formed in a puparium from which they emerge through a circular opening.
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II: Suborder Brachycera through Division Aschiza, Suborder Cyclorrhapha.
Observations on the antennal morphology in Diptera, with particular reference to the articular surfaces between segments 2 and 3 in the Cyclorrhapha.
The phylogenetic classification of Diptera Cyclorrhapha, with special reference to the structure of the male postabdomen.
A guide to the breeding habits and immature stages of Diptera Cyclorrhapha.