Specimen 60: Christopher Bligh 3

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Location of collection:Beaver Pond

Date of collection:September 2011

Shannon H^1=2.7


Distinguishing morphological features of Order'only one set of wings, knob-like halteres behind the wings, large eyes

Geographical Distribution

Life cycle egg, larva, pupa, adult

What it eats Larval/nymphal stage: Fungi and plants, especially fruit

Adult stage: Nectar, spits on dry food and sucks up the spit and nutrients from the dry food, females suck blood to get proteins to fertilize eggs

What eats it Larval/nymphal stage Adult stage

Habitat Larval/nymphal stage Adult stage

Ecological Importance Pollinators, disease carriers, pests, some are parasites, food source for animals humans value

Economic/agricultural/human health importance Larval/nymphal stage Adult stage

PCR product gel picture?

Sequence data

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