DrawWing software automaticaly describes insects wings and helps to identify them.

Monardia magna, wing

Wing of Monardia magna from Papp and Darvas (1998, fig. 82).

Cordylomyia rudis, wing

Wing of Cordylomyia rudis from Papp and Darvas (1998, fig.86)

Neocatocha asiatica, wing

Wing of Neocatocha asiatica from Papp and Darvas(1998, fig.70).

Anocha spinosa, wing

Wing of Anocha spinosa from Papp and Darvas (1998, fig.69)

Catocha latipes, wing

Wing of Catocha latipes from Papp and Darvas (1998, fig. 67).

Anodontoceras saigusai, wing

Wing of Anodontoceras saigusai from Papp and Darvas (1998, fig.89

Dirhiza lateritia, wing

Wing of Dirhiza lateritia from Papp and Darvas (1998, fig.173)."

Dicerura iridis, wing

Wing of Dicerura iridis from Papp and Darvas (1998, fig.179)

Anarete candidata, wing

Wing of Anarete candidata from Papp and Darvas (1998, fig. 73).

Camptomyia innotata, wing

Wing of Camptomyia innotata from Papp and Darvas (1998, fig. 178)

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