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the hood or cap covering the calyx of certain plants: e

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Population dynamics of calyptrate Diptera (Muscidae and Sarcophagidae) at the Rio-Zoo Foundation, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil.
(8.) House-flies, blow-flies and their allies (Calyptrate: Diptera).
While calyptrate dipteran flies were consistently diverse and abundant throughout the study, hymenopteran (bee) taxa varied in abundance from pre- through post-bloom.
Capsule operculate (lower portion rarely tardily loculical) with a short calyptrate indehiscent operculum with osseous endocarp becoming free from membranous longer portion; annual herb; stems strigose throughout from only simple trichomes to 1.5 mm long that are hyaline, rigid, appressed, straight above base; stipules demidiate-ovate or demidiate-cordiform, broad (most 2-4 mm) W.
Rhinophoridae is a small family of calyptrate Diptera with about 150 species and 23 genera in the world (Pape et al.
In the present case, however, a total of 5,879 acalyptrate and calyptrate flies (1,930 of these Muscidae) were trapped using Malaise traps at Ndumo Game Reserve over a 14-day period (27 November -10 December 2009).