Anisopodidae

wood gnats, window gnats

Sylvicola fenestralis, wing

Sylvicola fenestralis, wing

Wing of male of Sylvicola fenestralis from Peterson (1981, fig. 4) [1].

References

  1. Peterson B.V.
    (1981) Anisopodidae. in: McAlpine J.F. (Ed.), Manual of Nearctic Diptera. Agriculture Canada, Ottawa, pp. 305-312.

Olbiogaster sackeni, wing

Olbiogaster sackeni, wing

Wing of female of Olbiogaster sackeni from Peterson (1981, fig. 3) [1].

References

  1. Peterson B.V.
    (1981) Anisopodidae. in: McAlpine J.F. (Ed.), Manual of Nearctic Diptera. Agriculture Canada, Ottawa, pp. 305-312.

Mycetobia divergens, wing

Mycetobia divergens, wing

Wing of female of Mycetobia divergens from Peterson (1981, fig. 2) [1].

References

  1. Peterson B.V.
    (1981) Anisopodidae. in: McAlpine J.F. (Ed.), Manual of Nearctic Diptera. Agriculture Canada, Ottawa, pp. 305-312.

Sylvicola, wing

Sylvicola, wing

Wing venation of Sylvicola. Terminology based on McAlpine [1]. The image was drawn by Giancarlodessi.

References

  1. McAlpine J.F., et al
    (1981) Manual of Nearctic Diptera. Research Branch, Agriculture Canada, Ottawa.

Mycetobia, wing

Mycetobia, wing

Wing venation of Mycetobia. Terminology based on McAlpine [1]. The image was drawn by Giancarlodessi.

References

  1. McAlpine J.F., et al
    (1981) Manual of Nearctic Diptera. Research Branch, Agriculture Canada, Ottawa.

Rhyphus, wing

Rhyphus, wing

Wing of wood gnat (Rhyphus). From Comstock (fig. 52) [1].

References

  1. Comstock J.H.
    (1918) The wings of insects. The Comstock Publishing Company, Ithaca, N.Y.

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