US3 Diptera Fall 2015

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Morphospecies 1

Location of collection: Lat: 38° 58'33.56N Long: 84° 0'37.17W

Date of collection: August 2015

H' value: 2.63

Photo:

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Distinguishing morphological features of Order: Two wings and eyes that are usually large. The tarsi is almost always 5 segmented.


Ecological Importance: Some flies can help pollinate flowers and assist in the process of decomposition. They can also act as parasites.


Economic/agricultural/human health importance: Many species of the order Diptera spread diseases to humans such as malaria, yellow fever, West Nile disease, etc.

Morphospecies 2

Location of collection: Lat: 38° 58'33.56N Long: 84° 0'37.17W

Date of collection: August 2015

H' value: 2.63

Photo:

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Distinguishing morphological features of Order: Two wings and eyes that are usually large. The tarsi is almost always 5 segmented.


Ecological Importance: Some flies can help pollinate flowers and assist in the process of decomposition. They can also act as parasites.


Economic/agricultural/human health importance: Many species of the order Diptera spread diseases to humans such as malaria, yellow fever, West Nile disease, etc.

Morphospecies 3

Location of collection: Lat: 38° 58'33.56N Long: 84° 0'37.17W

Date of collection: August 2015

H' value: 2.63

Photo:

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Distinguishing morphological features of Order: Two wings and eyes that are usually large. The tarsi is almost always 5 segmented.


Ecological Importance: Some flies can help pollinate flowers and assist in the process of decomposition. They can also act as parasites.


Economic/agricultural/human health importance: Many species of the order Diptera spread diseases to humans such as malaria, yellow fever, West Nile disease, etc.

Morphospecies 4

Location of collection: Lat: 38° 58'33.56N Long: 84° 0'37.17W

Date of collection: August 2015

H' value: 2.63

Photo:

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Distinguishing morphological features of Order: Two wings and eyes that are usually large. The tarsi is almost always 5 segmented.


Ecological Importance: Some flies can help pollinate flowers and assist in the process of decomposition. They can also act as parasites.


Economic/agricultural/human health importance: Many species of the order Diptera spread diseases to humans such as malaria, yellow fever, West Nile disease, etc.


Morphospecies 5

Location of collection: Lat: 38° 58'33.56N Long: 84° 0'37.17W

Date of collection: August 2015

H' value: 2.63

Photo:

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Distinguishing morphological features of Order: Two wings and eyes that are usually large. The tarsi is almost always 5 segmented.


Ecological Importance: Some flies can help pollinate flowers and assist in the process of decomposition. They can also act as parasites.


Economic/agricultural/human health importance: Many species of the order Diptera spread diseases to humans such as malaria, yellow fever, West Nile disease, etc.

Morphospecies 6

Location of collection: Lat: 38° 58'33.56N Long: 84° 0'37.17W

Date of collection: August 2015

H' value: 2.63

Photo:

Upstream 3 - diptera6.jpeg


Distinguishing morphological features of Order: Two wings and eyes that are usually large. The tarsi is almost always 5 segmented.


Ecological Importance: Some flies can help pollinate flowers and assist in the process of decomposition. They can also act as parasites.


Economic/agricultural/human health importance: Many species of the order Diptera spread diseases to humans such as malaria, yellow fever, West Nile disease, etc.

Morphospecies 7

Location of collection: Lat: 38° 58'33.56N Long: 84° 0'37.17W

Date of collection: August 2015

H' value: 2.63

Photo:

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Distinguishing morphological features of Order: Two wings and eyes that are usually large. The tarsi is almost always 5 segmented.


Ecological Importance: Some flies can help pollinate flowers and assist in the process of decomposition. They can also act as parasites.


Economic/agricultural/human health importance: Many species of the order Diptera spread diseases to humans such as malaria, yellow fever, West Nile disease, etc.

Collected By

Veronika Vratcheva

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