calyptrate


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calyptrate

[kə′lip‚trāt]
(botany)
Having a calyptra.
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Population dynamics of calyptrate Diptera (Muscidae and Sarcophagidae) al the Rio-Zoo foundation, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Hosts are predominantly cockroaches, crickets and calyptrate Diptera, and Stylogaster flies often target hosts attempting to escape columns of army ants (Hymenoptera: Dorylinae).
It unquestionably belongs to the calyptrate family Anthomyiidae because of the following combination of characters: (1) head holoptic in male, dichoptic in female; (2) female with a pair of crossed interfrontal setae; (3) lower calypter well developed; (4) tiny hair-like setulae present beneath tip of scutellum; (5) vein A1 extended to wing margin as a weak fold; (6) male surstyli and cerci united by vertical sclerotized connections immediately distal to lateral cercal apodemes; (7) spiracles VI and VII present in female abdomen.
90) into calyptrate Diptera that accompany army ant columns (Stuckenberg 1963; Smith 1967, 1969; Smith & Cunningham-van Someren 1985; Kotrba 1997; Couri & Pont 2006; Couri & Barros 2010).
Further data on the oviposition by the genus Stylogaster Macquart (Diptera: Conopidae, Sty logasterinae) upon adult calyptrate Diptera associated with ants and animal dung.
Mystacinobia is a calyptrate taxon probably affiliated with Oestroidea (Gleeson et al.