. The Cambridge natural history. Zoology. ANTHOMYIIDAE TACHINIDAE so; Portschinsky, lays a small nuniLer of very large eggs, and the result- ing larvae pass from the first to the third stage of development, omitting the second stage that is usual in Euniyiid Museidae.-' Fam. 35. Tachinidae.—First posterior cell of wing nearly or quite closed. Squamae lurr/c, covering the halteres : antennal arista hare : upper surface of body usually bristly. This is an enormous family of flies, the larvae of which live parasitically in other living Insects, Lepidopterous larvae being especially haunted. Many

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. The Cambridge natural history. Zoology. ANTHOMYIIDAE TACHINIDAE so; Portschinsky, lays a small nuniLer of very large eggs, and the result- ing larvae pass from the first to the third stage of development, omitting the second stage that is usual in Euniyiid Museidae.-' Fam. 35. Tachinidae.—First posterior cell of wing nearly or quite closed. Squamae lurr/c, covering the halteres : antennal arista hare : upper surface of body usually bristly. This is an enormous family of flies, the larvae of which live parasitically in other living Insects, Lepidopterous larvae being especially haunted. Many  Stock Photo
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. The Cambridge natural history. Zoology. ANTHOMYIIDAE TACHINIDAE so; Portschinsky, lays a small nuniLer of very large eggs, and the result- ing larvae pass from the first to the third stage of development, omitting the second stage that is usual in Euniyiid Museidae.-' Fam. 35. Tachinidae.—First posterior cell of wing nearly or quite closed. Squamae lurr/c, covering the halteres : antennal arista hare : upper surface of body usually bristly. This is an enormous family of flies, the larvae of which live parasitically in other living Insects, Lepidopterous larvae being especially haunted. Many
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. The Cambridge natural history. Zoology. ANTHOMYIIDAE TACHINIDAE so; Portschinsky, lays a small nuniLer of very large eggs, and the result- ing larvae pass from the first to the third stage of development, omitting the second stage that is usual in Euniyiid Museidae.-' Fam. 35. Tachinidae.—First posterior cell of wing nearly or quite closed. Squamae lurr/c, covering the halteres : antennal arista hare : upper surface of body usually bristly. This is an enormous family of flies, the larvae of which live parasitically in other living Insects, Lepidopterous larvae being especially haunted. Many have been reared from the Insects in which they live, but beyond this little is known of the life-histories, and still less of the structure of the larvae of the Tachinidae, although these Insects are of the very first importance in the economy of ISTature. The eggs are usually deposited by the parent-flies near or on the head of the. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Harmer, S. F. (Sidney Frederic), Sir, 1862- ed; Shipley, A. E. (Arthur Everett), Sir, 1861-1927. ed. [London, Macmillan and Co. , Limited; New York, The Macmillan Company