Carpophthoromyia scutellata (Walker, 1853)
Trypeta scutellata Walker, 1853: 384
Body length: 7.29 (6.40-8.48)mm; wing length 7.08 (6.40-7.80)mm.
Head. Antennal segments yellow to orange. Arista short to medium long pilose, longest rays about half width of first flagellomere. Frons usually completely yellow. Three frontals placed on slight oblique line, with anterior frontal at most 1.5 times as far from the inner eye margin than posterior frontal; two orbitals. Face white, gena dark yellow. Thorax. Scutum shining black-brown; black setulae, except for two broad transverse band with silvery setulae; one anteriorly of transverse suture, continuing posteriorly along lateral margins to base of postsutural supraalars or slightly beyond, second one near dorsocentrals; third smaller region of silvery setulae between postpronotal lobes; sometimes bands partly fused. Postpronotum white. Anepisternum with white band with lower margin reaching lower fourth of posterior margin; with pale setulae, lower fourth with black setulae, two anepisternals. Anatergite and katatergite white. Scutellum completely white. Subscutellum black-brown. Wing. Pattern similar to that of C. procera (see fig. 4). Hyaline indentation in cell c, with black patches and streaks. Hyaline indentation near junction of vein C with apical part of vein R1, reaching R4+5. S-band and inverted V-band completely separate. S-band with small trace of subapical tooth, or tooth completely absent. Crossvein DM-Cu straight or slightly sinuous. R-M ratio 1.33-1.67. Legs. Completely yellow in male; female with femora brownish, except fore femur yellow anteriorly. Abdomen. Shining brown, posterior half of tergites 2-4 more yellow-orange, sometimes tergites 1-2 largely or completely orange; with black setulae, tergites 2-4 with silvery setulae and microtrichosity along yellow-orange band; tergite 5 more reddish brown. Spermatheca ovoid in apical part, base slender.
Female terminalia, oviscape at least as long as abdominal tergites; shining brown, with black setulae. Aculeus orange, cylindrical, about 25 times longer than wide; aculeus tip darker orange and slightly downcurved.
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