Dacus insolitus White & Goodger, 2009
Dacus (Didacus) insolitus White & Goodger, 2009: 14.
Size. Very small, wing length, 2.8-3.8 mm.
Pedicel+1st flagellomere not longer than ptilinal suture. Face, antennal furrow without a dark spot. Frons, frontal setae 1, orbital setae 0. Thorax:
Scutum red-brown; postpronotal lobe and notopleural callus concolorous with scutum; notopleural xanthine absent; lateral and medial postsutural vittae absent. Scutellum concolorous with scutum. Anepisternum without a yellow stripe. Katepisternum with a trace of a xanthine. Laterotergal xanthine absent. Setae. Anterior notopleural seta absent; anterior supra-alar seta absent. Wing:
Basal cells bc and c with an almost complete covering of microtrichia; cell bm without microtrichia. Narrow subbasal raised section of cell br with extensive covering of microtrichia. Crossvein R-M beyond middle of cell dm. Costal band pale (but distinct) in cell r1; reduced to a very narrow and pale band in cell r2+3 (barely discernable); apically expanded into a distinctly coloured oblique spot, reaching vein M. Anal streak present (colour extending beyond cell bcu). Cells bc and c hyaline. Crossbanding; at most with a trace of a crossband on the anterior portion of R-M. Legs:
Femora brown. Abdomen:
Predominantly red-brown, with distinct black pear-drop shaped spots on each of terga III, IV and V, but not coalesced into a strip. Tergites I-V all fused. Tergite III with pecten, dense microtrichia adjacent end A1+Cu2, and hindtibia preapical pad.
As male. Aculeus blunt and with preapical "shoulder"; complete torsion.
(Description after White & Goodger, 2009)
See description of Dacus insolitus White & Goodger, 2009 in source PDF.
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