Carpophthoromyia interrupta De Meyer, 2006
Carpophthoromyia interrupta De Meyer, 2006: 7
Body length: 4.64 (4.20-5.02)mm; wing length 4.80 (4.62-4.72)mm
Head. Antennal segments brown. Arista distinctly plumose, longest rays longer
than width of first flagellomere. Frons yellow; upper third (area in between
orbitals to upper margin ocellar triangle) slightly darker yellow. Two frontals
placed on slight oblique line, with anterior frontal 1.5 times as far from the inner
eye margin than posterior frontal; two orbitals. Face white to yellow, gena brown;
area near antennal base brown.
Thorax. Scutum shining black-brown, along transverse suture more pale brown;
black setulae, without transverse bands of silvery setulae. Postpronotum brown,
same ground colour as scutum. Anepisternum with white to yellow band not
reaching postpronotum, starting at level with anterior notopleural seta; lower
margin reaching lower fourth of posterior margin or almost reaching
posteroventral corner of anepisternum; with pale setulae, posteriorly with black
setulae; one anepisternal. Anatergite and katatergite brown. Scutellum white,
ventrally with 3 brown apical spots, not visible in dorsal view. Subscutellum black.
Wing (Fig. 10). One hyaline indentation in cell c, without darker markings; very
deep, reaching cells bm or cu2. S-band and inverted V-band not fused. S-band
with distinct subapical tooth. Legs of inverted V-band not touching in cell r4+5,
divided in two parts (subapical band and posterior apical band). Crossvein DM-
Cu slightly sinuous. R-M ratio 1.00-1.15.
Legs. Brown, tarsal segments and fore tibia yellow; mid and hind tibia brown
basally, gradually paler colour with only apical third completely yellow.
Abdomen. Shining black-brown, tergite 5 with median yellow spot; with black
setulae. Spermatheca ovoid apical but based thickened (Fig. 38).
Female terminalia, oviscape about as long as abdominal tergites, cylindrical;
shining black-brown, with black setulae. Aculeus yellow to orange, flat (Fig. 16),
about 10 times longer than wide; aculeus tip triangular, serrate (Fig. 31).
(description after De Meyer, 2006)
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