Bombyliidae


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Related to Bombyliidae: Tephritidae, Sciomyzidae
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The following 17 Dipteran families were recorded for both sites: Tabanidae, Stratiomyidae, Asilidae, Culicidae, Mycetophilidae, Tachinidae, Muscidae, Tipulidae, Anthomyiidae, Bombyliidae, Tanypezidae, Syrphidae, Sciaridae, Pipunculidae, Chironomidae, Dolichopodidae, and Conopidae.
For instance, the roughly 4,000 species of bee flies (Bombyliidae family) are all harmless but bear an uncanny resemblance to honeybees, having large, beelike heads and oversized abdomens marked with bold bands of yellow and black.
The subspecies are insect-pollinated and serviced primarily by a variety of insects (Andrenidea, Halictidae, Megachilidae, and Apidae in the Hymenoptera; Bombyliidae in the Diptera, among others; Grant and Grant 1965; Powell and Hogue 1979; Nagy 1995).
represents the first record of the subfamily Usiinae (Bombyliidae, Diptera) from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) and is the first record of the genus from the Arabian Peninsula.
Scientific Note: New specific names for the mis-identified type-species of two South African genera of the dipterous families Bombyliidae and Mydaidae.
The mating system of a bee fly (Diptera, Bombyliidae).
Diptera da Serra do Navio (Amapa, Brasil): Asilidae, Bombyliidae, Calliphoridae, Micropezidae, Muscidae, Sarcophagidae, Stratiomyiidae, Syrphidae, Tabanidae e Tachinidae.
Mexico es un centro de diversidad para Bombyliidae, la septima familia mas diversa dentro del orden Diptera.
Numbers show total of specimens collected in each taxa Orden Diptera Orden Coleoptera Familia Dolichopodidae: 1 Familia Coccinellidae: 137 Familia Bombyliidae: 29 Cycloneda sanguinea Csy.: 70 Villa sp.: 27 Coleomegylla sp.
Danaus gilippus, milkweed bugs (Hemiptera: Lygaeidae: Lygaeus and Oncopeltus), wasps (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae, Scoliidae, Sphecidae, Vespidae), and Diptera (Bombyliidae, Conopidae, Stratiomyidae) were not observed removing pollinia in either year [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 3 OMITTED], although pollinia were found in small quantities on some of these visitors in our haphazard collections.
The origin of the Bombyliidae (in a broader sense, including Mythicomyiinae, as recently supported by Trautwein et al.
subcordatum populations (Ashmeadiella, Hoplitis, Xylocopa tabaniformis orpifex, Bombyliidae, and Hesperiidae), only Ashmeadiella and Hoplitis appeared to be potential pollinators.
Parasitism was observed in 17 cells (22.95%), of which three (4.05%) were attacked by Sarcophagidae, three (4.05% by Bombyliidae, three (4.05%) by Chrysididae, four (5.40%) by Ichneumonidae and four (5.40%) by non identified parasites.