Archive image from page 28 of Diptera Brachycera (1920) Diptera Brachycera dipterabrachycer02brun Year: 1920 PIPUNCULUS. 13 before middle of discal cell ; lialteres : stems yellowish, clubs blackish. Length, 2] mm. Described from a single J , Khasi Hills, 1000-3000 ft., iii. 1907. Type sent to the British Museum from the Pusa collection. 9. Pipnnculus transversus, sp. nov. (PI. 1, fig. 3.) cJ. Head with eyes touching for half the distance Irom vertex to antennae; frons blackish, with greyish tomentum on lower part; face silvery-white when seen from above ; antennae yellowish, with grey tomen

Archive image from page 28 of Diptera Brachycera (1920) Diptera Brachycera  dipterabrachycer02brun Year: 1920  PIPUNCULUS. 13 before middle of discal cell ; lialteres : stems yellowish, clubs blackish. Length, 2] mm. Described from a single J , Khasi Hills, 1000-3000 ft., iii. 1907. Type sent to the British Museum from the Pusa collection. 9. Pipnnculus transversus, sp. nov. (PI. 1, fig. 3.) cJ. Head with eyes touching for half the distance Irom vertex to antennae; frons blackish, with greyish tomentum on lower part; face silvery-white when seen from above ; antennae yellowish, with grey tomen Stock Photo
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Archive image from page 28 of Diptera Brachycera (1920) Diptera Brachycera dipterabrachycer02brun Year: 1920 PIPUNCULUS. 13 before middle of discal cell ; lialteres : stems yellowish, clubs blackish. Length, 2] mm. Described from a single J , Khasi Hills, 1000-3000 ft., iii. 1907. Type sent to the British Museum from the Pusa collection. 9. Pipnnculus transversus, sp. nov. (PI. 1, fig. 3.) cJ. Head with eyes touching for half the distance Irom vertex to antennae; frons blackish, with greyish tomentum on lower part; face silvery-white when seen from above ; antennae yellowish, with grey tomentum, 3i-d joint moderately jiointed; occiput light grey, moderately putted out. Thorax and scutellum dull blackish- aeneous, covered with cinereous-grey tomentum; pleura; rather light grey. Abdomen dark olive-brown, nearly black, grev on binder part of segments towards sides, also very narrowly on hind margins; 5th segment nearly twice as long as 4th, light grey, but darker at base, the segment considerably narrower at tip than at Fig. 4.—Pipnncxilus transversus. Brim., sp. ii., wine base; genitalia cinereous-grey, less broad than hind part ofStli seg- ment. Legs mainly black; femora broadly orange at tip; tibiae orange with a broad rather irregular median hhick ring occupying the greater part of the surface ; fore tarsi mainly orange, posterior tarsi blackish with tips of segments very narrowly orange ; inner sides of hind femora shining black; no ciliation behind middle fen)ora. Wimjs clear; stign)a brown; anterior cross-vein at or just beyond one-thinl of the discal cell; lialteres dirty yellow. Length, 3.J- mm. Described from 2 c5' c? in the Pusa collection from Pusa, 30. iv. 1914 {type) and I 9. iii. 1914. Type sent to the British Museum. 10. Pipunculus extensus, sp. nov. cJ 5 . Head in S with eyes contiguous for a moderately long distance, vertex very small ; frons and face silvery white w hen seen from above, an indistinct median black ground-colour stripe on the fo

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