Carpophthoromyia litterata (Munro, 1933)
Trirhithrum litteratum Munro, 1933: 33.
Body length: 7.20 (6.80-7.60)mm; wing length 7.64 (7.44-7.92)mm.
Head. Antennal segments yellow. Arista short pubescent to medium long pilose, longest rays one-third to half width of first flagellomere. Frons yellow. Three frontals placed almost on straight line, with anterior frontal at most 1.5 times as far from the inner eye margin than posterior frontal; two orbitals. Face white, gena yellow. Thorax. Scutum shining brown to orange-brown; black setulae, except for two broad transverse bands with silvery setulae:
one anteriorly of transverse suture continuing posteriorly along lateral margin to postsutural supraalars, second partly incomplete band between dorsocentrals. Postpronotum white. Anepisternum with white to yellow band with lower margin reaching to lower third or halfway posterior margin; with pale setulae, lower fourth to third posteriorly with black setulae, two anepisternals. Katatergite and anatergite white. Scutellum white, apical third with three separate brown spots, occasionally partly merged. Subscutellum brown to yellow-brown Wing (Figs. 2-3). Hyaline indentation in cell c, with dark brown spots and streaks. Additional hyaline indentation near junction of vein C with apical part of vein R1, reaching R4+5. S-band with subapical tooth. S-band and inverted V-band largely fused along cells cu2 and dm, dm and anterior part of r4+5 in male; in female partly separated in cu2 and dm. Crossvein DM-Cu straight or slightly sinuous. R- M ratio 1.86-1.88. Legs. Yellow, femora darker yellow-brown in female. Abdomen. Shining brown, tergite 1 yellow-orange along anterior half; tergites 2 and 4 along posterior half to two-thirds yellow to yellow-orange, sometimes tergite 2 largely and tergite 5 in median part posteriorly yellow-orange; with black setulae, tergites 2 and 4 with silvery setulae and microtrichosity along yellow- orange band. Spermatheca ovoid in apical part, base slender.
Female terminalia, oviscape shining yellow-orange; longer than abdominal tergites. Aculeus orange, cylindrical, about 25 times longer than wide; tip simply pointed, slightly downcurved.
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