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The Asilidae are the robber fly family, also called assassin flies. They are powerfully built, bristly flies with a short, stout proboscis enclosing the sharp, sucking hypopharynx. The name "robber flies" reflects their notoriously aggressive predatory habits; they feed mainly or exclusively on other insects and as a rule they wait in
ORDER MANTODEA · A praying mantid, Stagmomantis sp. (Mantodea: Mantidae). Photo by G. Cronholm. A praying mantid, (Mantodea: Mantidae), egg mass. .. Photo by Drees. Black soldier fly, Hermetia illucens Linnaeus, (Diptera: Stratiomyidae), larvae. Photo by G. McIlveen, Jr. A robber fly, (Diptera: Asilidae). Photo by
Subfamily Asilinae · Robber Fly - Neoitamus flavofemoratus - male Robberfly - Efferia aestuans - female Robberfly - Ommatius tibialis Robber Fly - Neoitamus flavofemoratus - female Bee Imposter - Mallophora fautrix Unidentified Robber Fly - Efferia Asilid - Proctacanthus milbertii - male Asilidae - Promachus
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16 Feb 2004 Minimal courtship behavior. Females lay eggs in the soil or in plants. A few, such as Mallophora and Megaphorus, form an egg mass on a plant stem (photo here). Larvae often predatory, consuming eggs and larvae of other insects in decaying matter. Typically overwinter as pupa, emerge in spring.
Insects and Mites Associated With Hemp Production. Hemp fields can support a lot of different kinds of insects. Being able to recognize what is present – and also what they may be doing to the crop – is a fundamental interest of any producer. Some of the insects one will see may be feeding on the plant, either chewing
18 Feb 2013 Blattodea (4). Blaberidae (4). Mantodea (2). Mantidae (2). Diptera (51). Asilidae (19); Bombyliidae (7); Calliphoridae (2); Chionomidae (1); Chironomidae (1); Chloropidae (2); Conopidae (2); Drosophilidae (1); Milichiideae (2); Mycetophilidae (1); Mydidae (1); Oestridae (3); Platystomatidae (2); Psychodidae
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