Scutum with short erect hairs, their length equal to about half the diameter of the ocellus
A1), with primary males possessing no ocellus
and secondary males typically exhibiting a faded scar of the ocellus
This fish (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FPu80HDdloY), identified from the video on 24 June 2016 by William Bushing, resembled the first individual Bushing encountered; brown and unmarked except for a dark ocellus
behind the eye, with extensive blue edging on the pectoral and anal fins.
Parafrontalia yellow, golden pruinose, at the narrowest point about 0.50 of anterior ocellus
; inner verticals long and decussate.
OOL equal to shorter diameter of lateral ocellus
; LOL=2.5 OOL.
Male with a pair of reclinate orbitals setae in front ocellus
Measurements and abbreviations used here include: F1-F12 for the 1st and subsequent flagellomeres; POL (post-ocellar distance) for the distance between the inner margins of the posterior ocelli; OOL (ocellar-ocular distance) for the distance from the outer edge of a posterior ocellus
to the inner margin of the compound eye; and LOL (lateral-frontal ocelli distance) for the distance between lateral and frontal ocelli.
The most remarkable trait of this species is a pair of large inguinal glands with dark ocellus
and color pattern in dorsal view is brown with dark spots.
Collectively known as Bush Browns, they possess a regular series of submarginal ocelli on the hindwings, and a pair of ocelli on the forewings, of which the lower ocellus
is always the largest.
You might like to place an ocellus
or black spot on the tail of your fly using a magic marker.
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