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dipterous

 [dip´ter-us]
1. having two wings.
2. pertaining to insects of the order Diptera.

dip·ter·ous

(dip'tĕr-ŭs),
Relating to or characteristic of the order Diptera.

dipterous

/dip·ter·ous/ (-us)
1. having two wings.
2. pertaining to insects of the order Diptera.

dipterous

(dĭp′tər-əs)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or belonging to the insect order Diptera; dipteran.
2. Having two wings, as certain insects, or winglike appendages, as certain fruits and seeds: the dipterous fruit of the maple.

dip·ter·ous

(dip'tĕr-ŭs)
1. Having two wings.
2. Relating to or characteristic of the order Diptera.

dipterous

Two-winged. Belonging to the Diptera, a large order of insects which includes the flies and the mosquitoes.

dipterous

1. having two wings.
2. pertaining to insects of the order Diptera.
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lima by size classes in the RLP (Table 2) was as follows: class I (<40mm) consumed mainly dipterous larvae (62%) and nematodes (19%); class II (40-60mm) included in their diet a high proportion of sand (66%) and filamentous green algae (28%); and class III (>60mm) consumed dipterous larvae (39%), filamentous green algae (29%) and sand (23%).
This disease is caused by dipterous larvae, which naturally develop over or inside vertebrates, feeding themselves with living tissues [3].
Lolium multiflorum) from attack by dipterous stem-boring larvae
and described a pool of water covered by petroleum oils which held dipterous larvae, dragon flies, dead birds and mammals.
Yes, but what about those aerial attacks from the female of this dipterous insect with a long proboscis, skilled in puncturing skin and extracting blood?
The succession of aquatic dipterous larvae inhabiting bamboo phytotelmata.
Only the forewing pair is present in dipterous flies (Diptera), some Syntomidae (Lepidoptera), tiny wasps (Hymenoptera: Mymarommatidae, Mymaridae), Nemopteridae (Neuroptera), scale insects (Heteroptera: Coccoidea), and some mayflies (Ephemeroptera).
As entomopathogens, some Fusarium species have been reported to cause moderate to high levels of infection, principally against homopterous and dipterous insects.
INTRODUCTION: The term Myiasis (Greek: Myia = fly) is used to refer to the infestation of living tissues of humans and animals by dipterous eggs or larvae (1).
Scientific Note: New specific names for the mis-identified type-species of two South African genera of the dipterous families Bombyliidae and Mydaidae.
Eucoilinae species (Hymenoptera: Cynipoidea: Figitidae) parasitoids of fruit-infesting dipterous larvae in Brazil: identity, geographical distribution and host associations.